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What is Company Secretary

The company secretary is responsible for the administration of the company's incorporation, its statutory records and all filing at Companies House. The company secretary deals with what can be complex company law and sees that it is complied with. For small and medium companies this is sometimes a family member or friend but accountants, solicitors, directors and, indeed, chartered company secretaries also do the work. A professional company secretary can be appointed.

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Term created / updated 2005-07-16 23:12:15

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