Singapore Secretarial Services
Section 171 of the Singapore Companies Act, Chapter 50 requires all Singapore Companies to appoint a Singapore Company Secretary to handle on-going statutory compliance matters. EZY management Pte Ltd will be appointed as the Singapore Company Secretary / Singapore Corporate Secretary for your Company to comply with Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) requirements.
Company Secretary roles includes the following:
Provision of named Company Secretary
Every company shall have one or more secretaries each of whom shall be a natural person who has his principal or only place of residence in Singapore.
One of Office Business Singapore’s qualified secretaries will act as the name secretary for the company.
Co-coordinating the operation of the company’s formal decision making and reporting machinery; formulating meeting agendas with the chairman and /or the chief executive; attending meetings, taking minutes; maintaining minute books; certifying copies of minutes; and ensuring that correct procedures are followed.
Originating and obtaining internal and external agreement to all documentation for circulation to shareholders; co-ordinating the administration and attending meetings, taking minutes; and ensuring that correct procedures are followed.
Ensuring that the company complies with its constitution; drafting and incorporating amendments in accordance with correct procedures.
Monitoring and ensuring compliance with relevant legal requirements, particularly under the Companies Act.
Statutory Registers and Books
- Maintaining statutory registers and update ACRA on statutory Returns
Report and Accounts
Co-ordinating the publication and distribution of the company’s annual report and accounts and interim statement in consultation with the company’s internal and external advisers and, in particular preparing the directors’ report.
Maintaining the company’s register of members; dealing with transfers and other matters affecting shareholdings; and dealing with queries and requests from shareholders.
Communicating with the shareholders (i.e. through circulars); payment of dividends and interest; issuing documentation regarding rights issues and capitalisation issues; general shareholder relations; and relations with institutional shareholders and their investment protection committees.
Monitoring movements on the register of members to identify an apparent ‘stake-building’ in the company’s shares by potential takeover bidders; and making inquiries of members as to beneficial ownership of holdings.
Share and Capital Issues, Transfers and Restructuring
Implementation of changes in the structure of the company’s share and loan capital and devising; implementing and administering directors’ and employees’ share participation schemes.
Acquisitions and Disposals
Participating as a key member of the company team established to implement corporate acquisitions and disposals; protecting the company’s interests by ensuring the effectiveness of all documentation and that due diligence disclosures enable proper commercial evaluation prior to completion of the transaction.
Reviewing developments in corporate governance and advising and assisting the directors with respect to their duties and responsibilities and compliance with their personal obligations under company law and, if applicable Stock Exchange requirements.