At Perrys Chartered Accountants we undertake fixed-fee statutory Company Secretarial services for over 850 limited companies and Limited Liability Partnerships, maintaining all statutory books and records on our sophisticated digital database.
As a busy business owner, it makes sense to free up your time and resources by outsourcing your Company Secretarial duties to a trusted Chartered Accountant who will ensure that you are fully compliant with ever-changing legislation.
To find out more about outsourcing Company Secretarial duties for your company, get in touch for a free and informal meeting with your nearest Perrys accountant, in central London or Kent.
We use sophisticated, digital computer systems to maintain and administer company documentation, returns and directorial and shareholder changes. Using this advanced system, when necessary documents are prepared, statutory records are automatically updated. We undertake regular monitoring of deadlines for the submission of documentation and for the timely return of paperwork, ensuring that all your Company Secretarial responsibilities are always adhered to thoroughly and efficiently.
Governance and compliance requirements can be extensive. Perrys Accountants handle all the preparation and submission of your company’s annual return, the maintenance of statutory registers and processing of any share transfers or directorial changes. Our experienced team will assist you in establishing the correct processes and procedures you must have in place in order to meet regulatory standards and best practice requirements.
Exceptional corporate governance is essential to the long-term performance and success of your company. The Corporate Governance code sets out what constitutes good practice, addressing issues such as the effectiveness of the board and of whom it comprises, as well as risk management, relationships with shareholders and the role of board committees.
All the matters contained within the Code contribute to the manner in which the company is run and how the Annual General Meeting (AGM) is conducted, if applicable. For example, the ‘comply or explain’ rule means that a deep and extensive presentation is required wherever it is deemed necessary by the company to forego compliance with any rule set out within the Code. This is a complex and in-depth process.
Perrys Chartered Accountants will work with you to not only meet your Code compliance requirements, but also ascertain areas where compliance to a certain Code point may be unnecessary. From there, we can also help with the construction of the ‘comply or explain’ presentation.
Through strategies such as rearranging of share structures (on limited companies), personalising the company structure, its memorandum and articles of association, we can endeavour to save your company money on tax.
By building a close relationship with your company, its intentions and its structure, we tailor our services to the individual needs of your company. We bring in expertise from our team across our seven branches in London and Kent, meaning that you receive comprehensive support every step of the way.