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Annual Company Secretary Service: Cheyney Goulding Group

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by morisummer20, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. morisummer20

    morisummer20 Newbie

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    Following the implementation of the Companies Act 2006, private limited companies are no longer required to have a Company Secretary. However, the duties that a Company Secretary traditionally fulfilled still need to be carried out. These include ensuring that the company registers and books are maintained up to date, all the filing requirements are met with Companies House and that the company complies with statutory and regulatory requirements. These duties can distract directors from the business of the company and yet are essential.


    For more information about this annual service please contact Tom Marshall on 01483 567676.
     
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  2. amauryaille23

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    Thanks for sharing such useful informations. :)
     
  3. shirosky04

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    This is my first comment here in Black Hat World so I just wanted to give a fast shout out and say I genuinely appreciate you taking the time in sharing these particulars. Thanks for this :)

    Company directors who underestimate the importance of the role of the company secretary do so at their peril. It is true that for private companies there are no requirements for a company secretary (unless provided for in the articles of association of
    the company) and certain filing and disclosure obligations are more generous for private companies than they are for public companies. However, directors and secretaries of private and public companies can be fined and face criminal prosecution for failure to comply with the administrative, disclosure and filing requirements of the Companies Act 2006 now in force. In particular, it is also important to be aware of the changes that have taken place now that the Companies Act 2006 has been implemented.
     
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  4. morisummer20

    morisummer20 Newbie

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    Well I was once a company secretary in some ------ and it is one HELL of a job!
    :yo:
     
  5. Trepanated

    Trepanated Supreme Member

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    Brand new account and your first post is to sell your service.

    And both comments are from brand new accounts thanking you.

    And one of those brand new accounts has YOUR company as their homepage.

    Nice try with your spamming.
     
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  6. BuildMoreLinks

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    spam 2.0, with bot's liking bots post, is BHW under some kind of attack?
     
  7. amauryaille23

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    Well I think the comments here are getting out of hand. What she just posted was a useful info. I really don't mind if its about selling service. and yeah I'm NEW here. :noidea:
     
  8. Duffers5000

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    Unbelievable.

    Are solicitors buying their SEO on Fiverr these days ? This is an embarrassment for your client....make sure he gets to see your quality work.
     
  9. Trepanated

    Trepanated Supreme Member

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    Explain how the comments are out of hand?

    Clearly the OP has joined to advertise his services
    The first 2 comments were by users who just joined the site
    Those users have only commented on this thread
    One of those users has the OP's business set as their homepage, so is clearly involved with the OP.

    It is spam.