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  • Acting as the Company Secretary

The Company Secretary is an officer of the Company, in addition to the director and manager of the Company. Every Limited Liability Company incorporated in Hong Kong must have at least one Company Secretary. The Company Secretary can be either an individual who ordinarily resides in Hong Kong or a body corporate that has its registered office or a place of business in Hong Kong. The main duties of the Company Secretary are to act as an advisor of the Board of Directors on corporate governance and compliance matters and to ensure compliance with the Companies Ordinance (Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong).   

  • Allotment of shares
  • Alteration of the Articles of Association

Subject to the provisions of the Companies Ordinance (Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong), a company may alter its articles of association by either ordinary or special resolution. The company must deliver to the Registrar a notice of the alteration and a copy of the altered articles within 15 days after the date on which an alteration takes effect. 

  • Change of company’s name

According to the provisions of the Companies Ordinance (Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong), a company may change name by special resolution. The company must deliver to the Registrar for registration a notice in the specified form of the change of company name. The change of name has effect from the date on which the certificate of change of name is issued. 

  • Dormant status application

Subject to the provisions of the Companies Ordinance (Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong), a company may apply for the dormant status by passing a special resolution. A Dormant Company is not required to file the Annual Return and cannot enter an accounting transaction. 

  • Increasing authorized share capital
  • Preparation and safekeeping of minutes and board resolutions and other Company Records

Resolutions are of two kinds: special and ordinary. The type of resolution required to be passed for the company to make a decision depends upon the requirements of the ordinance and the company’s articles. 

  • Issuance of Certificates

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