Corporate Secretarial Service

Corporate Secretarial Service

Every enterprise incorporated in Hong Kong with limited liability is required to appoint directors and a company secretary in accordance with Companies Ordinance (Chapter 622, Laws of Hong Kong) in order to fulfill the statutory requirement and maintain the operations of enterprise.

The Company Secretary is an official post, which is responsible for reporting the structure and any changes of key management of enterprise to the Companies Registry. In addition, production of board minutes, convocation of shareholders annual general meeting and provision of professional consultation on relevant laws and regulations are also required.

Our affiliate business partner, R & J Secretarial Limited, offer comprehensive secretarial services so as to avoid the embarrassment and perplexity at the time of confront regulations of our clients. We also take responsibilities on the compliance of our clients over the terms of Companies Ordinance, Articles of Association, Companies (Directors’ Report Regulation, Companies Jummary Finanical Reports) Regulation, Business Registration Ordinance, Stamp Duty Ordinance and Companies (Winding Up and Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance (Chapter 622, Laws of Hong Kong), etc. Publication for new and revised ordinances will also be delivered on an irregular basis in order to update clients, as well as avoidance of misunderstanding or unnecessary penalty.

Our service coverage

We offer clients various types of secretarial services, including:

  • Appointment of company secretary
  • Registry of statutory record (e.g. Shareholders and directors register)
  • Convene directors and shareholders meeting with draft minutes
  • Submission of statutory return, e.g. annual return
  • Provision of nominee director and nominee shareholder services
  • Handling on application of business registration
  • Preparation of documents on opening bank account
  • Proceed of change of company name
  • Share transfer between shareholders
  • Liquidation, de-registration application and related issues

If the customer wants to know our charges, may refer to the charge