We use our company secretarial expertise to work with clients on issues including;
When necessary, we liaise with our in-house tax experts on to ensure our clients are availing of all relevant available corporate and personal tax reliefs.
We advise on how the board of directors should operate, how directors’ and members’ meetings should run, and the roles and duties of directors as officers of the company. We help clients when directors are joining or leaving their boards, along with advising on any other corporate governance issues that arise.
We work on all types of company formations, from new start-ups to restructuring existing client operations. Our services include registering business names for clients and registering branches of foreign companies. We also advise clients on the legal disclosure requirements for their websites and company stationery.
We advise clients on their options regarding publishing their trading information. This can include putting in place structures around their existing operations such as unlimited entities, which may give them greater options when publicly filing accounting information.
We carry out specialist reviews of corporate records to ensure the information they contain is complete and consistent. This is an essential part of preparing a company for a planned due diligence process.
We advise on the implementation and allocation of new shareholdings to investors. When appropriate, we work with our tax experts on the provision of tax reliefs such as the Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme (EIIS) to new company investors.
For all of the above Company Secretarial services, talk to Mary Flanagan