For a number of years we have provided our services to a wide variety of companies and directors, providing an efficient and friendly service. Currently, we assist in excess of 500 companies with their company secretarial needs. We aim to exceed our clients' expectations and will utilise the firm's extensive resources to assist us in achieving your aims.
We provide the following services:
Clients of the Company Secretarial team range from large groups of Companies to small property management companies and academy trusts.
In addition to the day to day company secretarial requirements, we are often asked to carry out other tasks for clients such as reviewing their statutory registers to identify any anomalies and assisting the client with putting these right. This can often be a vital job for shareholders looking to sell their company.
We also have significant capacity to deal with larger requests, for instance, we incorporated twenty two companies in one morning using bespoke articles of association for each company.
If we can assist we will. If we are unable to, we will point you in the right direction.
If you would like to find out more or sign up to any of our services, please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 023 8085 7333.
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