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Company Secretary Service
What is a company secretary?
A company secretary is an officer responsible for the company. Some company secretaries are certified by the Institute of Chartered Secretaries in Hong Kong. The individual will be a gatekeeper for the firm and relke sure that the company is full compliant from a corporate governance point of view under the statutory law of the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance. Although it can be often overlooked, the company secretary is a key role with important responsibilities.
Why do I need a company secretary?
The Company Ordinance requires every limited company to have a company secretary in Hong Kong. The appointed individual needs to reside in Hong Kong full time, with responsibilities such as preparing for general meetings, maintain the annual documents for the firm, as well as defining the duties of each shareholder and directors. It is vital for a company to have a good gatekeeper to make sure it is fully compliant with all statutory requirements.
Rgistered address / Virtual Office
Without paying expensive rent, building management fee, decoration and other recurring expenses, you can run your office from your home or an overseas site, commence your business easily and flexibly. Our Virtual Office package features with a business address, receiving and forwarding of daily mails & couriers; along with all the additional support services that you need.
Registered office / Virtual Office package
HK$ a year
Provide our office address as the Registered address for your company and BR registration.
HK$ a year
Receiving of mails and small parcels on behalf of clients
Notifications by email periodically (except urgent advice for important letters or parcels)
Use our office address as business correspondence address for your company
A Hong Kong private company can make an application to the Companies Registry for deregistration in Hong Kong if :
All the members of the company agree to deregistration;
The company has never commenced business or operation, or has ceased to carry on
Business or ceased operation for more than 3 months immediately before the application;
The company has no outstanding liabilities;
The company is not a party to any legal proceedings;
It has no immovable property situate in Hong Kong;
If the company is a holding company, none of its subsidiary’s assets consist of any
Immovable property situate in Hong Kong; and
The application is accompanied by a written notice from the Commissioner of HKIRD that he has no objection to the company being deregistered (the "Notice of No Objection")
A members’voluntary liquidation
A creditors’voluntary liquidation
A compulsory liquidation
There are 3 main formal procedures for companies
in financial difficulties in Hong Kong.