Company Secretarial Services
The Companies Acts have greatly increased the role and responsibilities of company secretaries and directors.
Not only is this a considerable administrative burden, failure to comply can result in potentially severe penalties for directors.
Non compliance with statutory obligations can lead to significant late filing fees and loss of audit exemption. It is therefore vital that your company meets all its statutory obligations.
We offer a wide range of services to ensure your company meets all of its statutory obligations.
Preparing and filing annual returns
Maintaining minutes of meetings of directors and minutes of general meetings
Registering Business names
Filing financial statements:
Incorporation of companies in Ireland
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a Company Secretary do?
The company secretary is critical to managing a company and fulfilling legal, regulatory, risk and compliance obligation
The company secretary ensures the company complies with company law, maintains the registrar of business owners, and makes the filing of annual returns and Financial statements.
The Company Secretary is the principal point of contact between the Company and the Companies registration office.
Does Every Company Need a Company Secretary?
Yes, every company registered under the provisions of the Companies Act 2014 is required to have a company secretary
This includes single-member and single-director private limited companies. The company secretary and the director(s) are considered to be the officers of the company
A director can act as a Company secretary however, a single-director Company must appoint an independent Company secretary.
What is the NARD?
A Company has a next annual return date (NARD). The annual return and Finical statements must be filed with the Companies Registration Office within 56 days of the NARD
The Companies first NARD is 180 days from incorporation date and once submitted this return becomes an annual requirement