Room 2006, 20/F., Futura Plaza, 111-113 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hong Kong Company Secretary
Under the Companies Ordinance (Cap. 622) of the Laws of Hong Kong, each limited company in Hong Kong must appoint a company secretary to perform certain statutory liabilities of the company. A Company Secretary must be either a Hong Kong resident or a Hong Kong registered company.
The sole director of a private company must not also be the company secretary. A private company having only one director must not have a body corporate as its company secretary the sole director of which is the sole director of the private company.
The main duties of a Company Secretary include updating and maintaining of statutory books, filing of annual return with and reporting to the Companies Registry regarding the change of the share structure, directors and shareholders, etc, and preparing board minutes and arranging for annual general meetings as required by law.
Acting as your Company Secretary
Statutory documents preparation and filing with the Companies Registry
Preparing meeting minutes and agendas
Updating statutory books
Provide advice and consultancy services
Should you have any enquires about Hong Kong Company Secretarial Service, please contact us and we will provide FREE consultation service.