Company secretarial services

Every limited company must meet the statutory requirements of annual company returns, which can be an extra administrative burden for smaller enterprises. Filing information with Companies House incorrectly or late can have costly consequences for any business, so making sure that your returns are timely and accurate is essential.

We have developed a range of outsourced company secretarial services to take care of all the duties and responsibilities involved in this specialised work, to ensure that you stay compliant with Companies House.

Company formations

  • New company
  • Shelf company
  • Limited liability partnerships
  • Limited by guarantee
  • Unlimited
  • Residents management company

Company searches

  • Full searches
  • Accounts
  • Mortgage register
  • Conveyancing search
  • Registered office Search
  • Certified copies of certificates

Technical services

  • Change of company name
  • Change of share capital
  • Special share classes
  • Adoption of new articles
  • Re-registration services
  • Memorandum and articles of association
  • Restoration of companies

Company secretarial services

  • Maintenance of statutory records
  • Completion of registers

To find out more about MD Consulting’s company secretarial services in Buckinghamshire, or to arrange a free initial meeting to discuss how we can help you in more detail, please contact us.

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