Claric's ability to identify and deal with potential problems before they arise is a key feature.
Open Exhibitions Ltd
David Edwards Managing Director
Gives a more commercially minded view as to the operation of law in order to smooth the flow of business
Advanced Construction Technologies UK Ltd
A C Benfield Chairman
We simply cannot imagine life without Claric. Macismo International Ltd
Doug Shipsey

Company Secretary / Clerk

What?

A company secretary is an officer of the company who shares legal responsibilities with the directors for certain tasks that are required by the Companies Act. It has not been obligatory for private companies to appoint a company secretary Since 6 April 2008, though most companies continue to appoint.

A Clerk often acts as secretary to a board of an organisation other than a company (eg a Board of Governors at a University or College).

Why is it important?

Company secretaries/Clerks are often responsible for ensuring that an organisation complies with standard financial/legal practice and maintains standards of governance. Company secretaries/Clerks should have an understanding of the laws/regulations that affect their areas of work.

How will Claric Legal help

Claric can help with the following:

  1. organising, preparing agendas for and taking minutes of board meetings and general meetings;
  2. maintaining statutory books, including registers of members, directors and secretaries;
  3. dealing with correspondence, collating information and writing reports, ensuring decisions made are communicated to the relevant organisation stakeholders;
  4. contributing to meeting discussions and advising members of the legal/governance implications of proposed policies;
  5. monitoring changes in relevant legislation and the regulatory environment and taking appropriate action;
  6. liaising with external regulators and advisers, such as lawyers and auditors;
    and/or
  7. taking responsibility for the health and safety of employees and managing matters related to insurance and property.

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