In the current climate of increasing corporate governance every company, whether large or small, must be aware of its obligation to meet statutory compliance requirements. Maltese companies must have an individual to fill on the post of Company Secretary and it is always recommended that the appointed person has knowledge of local company law. If you do not wish to be burdened with administrative responsibilities you can appoint a third party as a company secretary. Our experienced company secretaries are dedicated in assisting you and are committed to providing a professional service.
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Running a business is a full-time occupation. We provide specialist support and advice on all company secretarial matters, tailored to suit our clients’ business needs. Our company secretaries make sure the company keeps all mandatory records and files all mandatory forms when they fall due.

Our company secretaries undertake the following duties:

  • Maintaining the statutory registers,
  • Ensuring that the company complies with its Memorandum and Articles of Association,
  • Organising board meetings and annual general meetings,
  • Drafting resolutions,
  • Formulating meeting agendas and preparation of minutes,
  • Raising matters which may warrant the attention of the Board,
  • Effecting changes in the Board of Directors and Shareholders,
  • Preparing and filling of annual returns,
  • Ensuring that people who are entitled to do so can inspect company records when required,
  • Administering the registered office: co-ordination and distribution of correspondence sent to the registered office.
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