Corporate secretarial services
There is an ever-increasing administrative burden placed on today’s companies, particularly those with operations around the world. We have established a corporate secretarial team dedicated to assisting you with subsidiary entity management around the globe.
Wherever in the world your companies are located, you need to know that your centralised business decisions are accurately implemented by your local entities, and that your companies are in compliance with local law.
Recognising that a co-ordinated approach is essential, we offer a team dedicated to ensuring that your companies are given the very best in corporate secretarial and governance services through:
- a single point of contact with a dedicated project manager
- a co-ordinated team
- centralised and accountable billing
- a commitment to tailor our services to meet with your group guidelines and ensuring our local counsel observe any applicable protocols
- access to a specialised portal system providing instant visibility of your corporate information
- the world compliance product that provides corporate secretarial info in more than 75 jurisdictions
Our experience in providing international corporate secretarial services has enabled us to build up an extensive portfolio of local counsel that is second to none, covering almost all jurisdictions from the Pacific Rim to Africa, Eastern Europe, China, south-east Asia and the US.
This information was sourced from the Eversheds website.
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