Ensuring Compliance With The Companies Act
This includes preparing and filing documents such as the annual return, changes in share capital, and changes in the company’s officers.
Maintaining Corporate Records
The Corporate Secretary is responsible for maintaining accurate and up-to-date records of the company’s activities, including minutes of board meetings, resolutions passed by the board and shareholders, and share registers.
Ensuring compliance with the Companies Act
The corporate secretary plays a key role in promoting good governance practices and managing risks within the organization, including ensuring that appropriate policies and procedures are in place and regularly reviewed and updated.
We pride ourselves on being reliable and responsive. We understand that corporate secretarial services are time-sensitive and require prompt attention. Our team is always available to answer any questions you may have and to ensure that your company’s corporate secretarial functions are carried out in a timely manner.
Our team of corporate secretaries has years of experience in providing a wide range of corporate secretarial services. We are familiar with the legal and regulatory requirements that businesses need to comply with, and we stay up to date with any changes that may affect your business.
We believe in providing personalized service to each of our clients. We understand that every business is unique, and we work closely with you to understand your specific needs and requirements. This allows us to tailor our services to meet your needs and provide you with the best possible service.
We offer competitive pricing for our corporate secretarial services. We believe in providing value for money to our clients, and we strive to keep our fees reasonable and transparent.
What We Can Do For You As A Corporate Secretary
Filing Of Annual Returns
We help you prepare and file the company’s Annual Returns with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) in Singapore.
Preparation Of Board Resolutions & Minutes
We help you prepare and maintain accurate records of board meetings, including drafting and circulating board resolutions and minutes.
Maintaining Statutory Registers
We help you maintain and update the company’s statutory registers, such as the register of members, directors, and charges.
Corporate Governance Support
We provide support and advice on corporate governance matters, such as directors’ duties and responsibilities, shareholder meetings, and compliance with the company’s constitution.
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SGAA has been an essential partner in ensuring that our company meets all its compliance requirements. Their team is professional, efficient, and always up-to-date with the latest regulatory changes. I appreciate their attention to detail and their commitment to excellence in all aspects of their work.
“As a new business owner in Singapore, I was overwhelmed by the amount of paperwork and regulations I had to deal with. SGAA took care of everything for me, from setting up my company to managing my annual filings. Their team made the process simple and stress-free, and I am grateful for their support.”
Pham Nhat Duc
“I have been working with SGAA for several years now, and I can confidently say that they are the best corporate secretary service provider in Singapore. Their team is responsive, knowledgeable, and always goes above and beyond to meet our needs. I highly recommend their services to any business looking for a reliable partner in corporate governance.”
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What is a corporate secretary?
A corporate secretary is a mandatory officer in a company who is responsible for ensuring that the company complies with all legal and regulatory requirements. A corporate secretary’s role includes maintaining the company’s statutory registers, filing annual returns, organizing board meetings, and ensuring compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. It is mandatory for all companies registered in Singapore to appoint a corporate secretary within six months of incorporation.
Who can be a corporate secretary?
In Singapore, a corporate secretary must be resident of Singapore who is either a Singapore citizen, permanent resident, or hold an employment pass. The secretary must also have relevant qualifications and experience.
What are the fees for engaging corporate secretary services in Singapore?
The fees for engaging corporate secretary services in Singapore vary depending on the size and complexity of the company’s operations. It can range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars per year. At SGAA, our fees are competitive, a basic corporate secretary service package starts from $xx per month.
How do I appoint a Corporate Secretary?
You can hire a qualified personnel as your employee to fulfil the role of a corporate secretary. Alternatively, you can outsource the service to an external corporate secretary service provider like SGAA. Engaging a corporate secretarial firm in Singapore can help ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, provide access to expert advice, and free up resources for the company to focus on its core business activities.
How can a company find a reliable corporate secretarial firm in Singapore?
A company can find a reliable corporate secretarial firm in Singapore by conducting research, seeking referrals, and checking the firm’s credentials and reputation.
How can a company ensure that its corporate secretary in Singapore is performing their duties properly?
A company can ensure that its corporate secretary in Singapore is performing their duties properly by setting clear expectations, monitoring their performance, conducting regular reviews, and seeking feedback from board members and other stakeholders.
Can a corporate secretary in Singapore be held liable for non-compliance with legal and regulatory requirements?
Yes, a corporate secretary in Singapore can be held liable for non-compliance with legal and regulatory requirements if he/she has been negligent or has failed to perform his/her duties properly.
What are the consequences of non-compliance with legal and regulatory requirements in Singapore?
Non-compliance with legal and regulatory requirements in Singapore can result in fines, penalties, or even criminal prosecution.