Governance and Company Secretary
Good Corporate Governance and the Company Secretary position of a company are often seen as going hand-in-hand with each other. The increased importance of Corporate Governance has seen the role of Company Secretary enhanced and the appointment is generally viewed as key.
In most jurisdictions the appointment of a company secretary is usually required by law for a corporate entity and is usually an individual rather than a corporate body.
The Company Secretary is an important role within the company, responsible for the smooth administration of the company and for assisting with the good governance of the business. Whilst not having the responsibilities and duties of a Director, the Company Secretary has important administrative responsibilities and may be liable if they are not carried out properly.
With ever changing local legislation it can be easy to underestimate the roles and responsibilities of the Company Secretary and thus ensuring good corporate governance. We can assist you with the provision of a Company Secretary services with local legislative and regulatory knowledge to carry out key responsibilities and statutory filings for your business.
Company Secretary Role and Responsibilities
Some of the responsibilities that a Company Secretary may include and that we can assist with include:
The modern Company Secretary role is now seen as a specialised one and a key governance position within a business. The responsibility for developing and implementing processes for promoting good corporate governance within a business organisation usually sits within the remit of the Company Secretary.
At Papilio Services, we are licensed to provide company services including the provision of a company secretary services.
If you need our assistance, contact us using the form below and we will reach out to schedule a call as soon as possible. If you require more technical information, we can arrange for a local expert to be on the call.