A set of the Full Company Register documents made up to the date of incorporation, organised and presented in a loose leaf company register. Companies will generally store these registers at their registered office and Companies House should be informed and kept up-to-date of their whereabouts at all times. The required statutory registers under the Companies Act 2006 are: Register of Members, Register of Directors, Register of Directors’ Residential Addresses, Register of Secretaries (if one is appointed to the company), and Register of Charges. Private limited companies in the UK are legally required to maintain a number of important statutory registers at a location where they can be inspected when required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries about the documentation.
Sometimes, to help maintain privacy there are instances where the owners of a company require a Registered Office address. Sometimes they don't have an actual physical base from which they do their business.
The Registered Office of a company is shown on the public record as the Statutory place of business but this is not necessarily the same place as the day to day workplace - it's the address where all statutory correspondence is sent, e.g., from HMRC or Companies House. However, a Registered Office address IS legally required to be shown on company letterheads, along with the Company Number.
By using Murphy Thompson Moore's address as the Registered Office for your company, you can be assured that you have a legal base and that any statutory mail is forwarded on to you.
Your business clients will also see that you have a prestigious Registered Office address in Manchester City Centre.
Based on King Street,in the historic old Bank of England building, the address is located at perhaps the most notable building, on what is the most prestigious street in the city.
Our Registered Office facility is provided on an annual basis at cost of only £150.00 (plus vat) per annum.
Trusted Formations, as part of Murphy Thompson Moore LLP, can act as your Company Secretary.
This is useful when you require
someone to act on your behalf in Statutory matters. e.g. Filing of Annual Return, Annual Accounts, etc.
The fee of £150 (Excl. VAT) is payable annually in advance of the renewal date so you can add this service to your order now if you would like to enjoy this service for the year ahead and then, upon incorporation, we will be in touch to help you plan for the year ahead.
The Company Secretary is the guide who sits in the background of every well run business organisation, on hand to provide advice and certainty to directors, in a complex and regulated environment.
We are able to deal with all your Company Secretarial needs:
- Professional Advisory Services
- Outsourced Company Secretarial Specialists
- Share Captial
- Mortgages & Charges
- Groups and Associates
- Shareholder Agreements
- AGMs (Annual GeneralMeetings)
- Director Service Contracts
- Employee Contracts
- HR Handbooks
- Registrar Services
- Statutory Books
Our business is to keep you in business.
Receive a printed copy of your new entities first minutes - printed in colour and posted to your address by 1st Class postage.
Full Partnership Agreement drafted to Clients requirements
This is a black-gold embossed loose-leaf register - ideal for filing all the separate printed certificates and details of an incorporated company within it's sections.
Adding or removing pages from the register is straight-forward and enables you to protect documents but also temporarily remove them should the register be due for public inspection in accordance with the Companies Act 2006.
A bespoke Company Seal which can be used to emboss your company documents. This quality, plier seal device can emboss up to 100gsm paper.
It will be engraved deeply with your company details and text so that the embossing plates leave a high-quality impression. Good for typically embossing papers with your company name and number.
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