If you are reading this article, it is probably because you are unhappy with your Hong Kong Company Secretary.
Many reasons may lead you to change your company secretary, among which:
When these problems occur, it is simply safer to appoint a new professional corporate secretary that you can trust.
According to Hong Kong corporate law, you are authorized to change your company secretary at any time.
The only thing you have to do is make sure that you follow to right steps with your existing company secretary and arrange the proper reporting to Hong Kong authorities.
The transition to your new secretary involves the following steps:
Once you have decided to change your company secretary, we can, of course, assist you with all the above steps.
You may replace your existing company secretary by appointing a person residing in Hong Kong or a professional company secretary firm holding a TCSP License.
Please note that your company director cannot be appointed as your company secretary.
Changing your company secretary shall come at no cost.
When you appoint a new company secretary, you should insist on starting to pay for its regular services from the next anniversary date of your company.
We have set out below a few reasons for appointing us as your company secretary:
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