TMF Group's global Corporate Secretarial services help you to deal with multi-jurisdictional corporate governance changes, company name changes (often needed after acquisitions), provision of registered offices, and incorporations or liquidations across multiple jurisdictions. We help to keep you compliant, manage your regulatory risk and provide transparency (both in-country and across borders), in turn helping you to focus on your global ambitions.
Our Irish office can provide you with the following corporate secretarial services:
General meetings documentation: in accordance with local legislation and your internal rules, we can call and organise annual shareholders, board of directors and advisory committee meetings, plus prepare all necessary documents (e.g. agenda, invitations and minutes of the general meeting), and complete other necessary steps (e.g. we can ensure the presence of a notary if necessary, or an updated list of shareholders).
Annual filing: ie can prepare the annual return to the Irish Companies Registration Office, the shareholder resolution approving the financial statements or the resolution appointing the auditor (if applicable). We can, of course, also take care of the actual filing of the documents.
Help you ensure your statutory books are in order: our services include maintaining the corporate records of the company, arranging storage of the board resolutions, maintaining the register of shareholders, directors and secretary and the Irish Companies Registration Office forms; filing of the annual accounts with the Irish Companies Registration Office and checking and filing of routine correspondence and, if required, forwarding copies thereof.
Act as named company secretary: we can act as the named company secretary of the company in Ireland and provide a registered office address for the company.
Assist during company liquidation: we assist you with preparation of the documents connected to and attending the shareholders meeting and adopting the resolution on commencement of the liquidation and appointing a liquidator as well as preparation of required forms and gathering all the necessary documents in order to file details of the liquidation with the Irish Companies Registration Office. We will monitor all activities during the process of liquidation.
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