Our service approach

At Menzies, we provide a wide range of professional Company Secretarial support services to meet administrative demands of the business and legal obligations.

People set up new companies for one reason: they see a commercial opportunity. That is why we believe that company secretarial work should be handled by a team that understands your business and is committed to helping your company fulfil its commercial potential.

Our company secretarial department works closely with our accounting and consultancy teams, to ensure all your compliance obligations are up to date. This allows you to focus on your business, in the knowledge that your company’s administration is in safe hands.


Included in our fixed Company Secretarial package:

  • Maintenance of statutory records in electronic form
  • People with Significant Control (PSC) Register
  • Minutes approving annual accounts
  • Appointment and resignation of officers
  • Filing of annual Confirmation Statement
  • Dividend minutes & vouchers
  • Filing of standard forms at Companies House
  • Helpdesk services regarding basic compliance requirements
  • Change of name
  • Change of accounting reference date


As well as the services outlined above, Menzies is also able to support your business with the following additional services.

  • Same day incorporation
  • Share capital reduction
  • Allotment of further shares
  • Striking a company off
  • Approval documentation for loan to director/shareholder
  • Share buy back
  • Subdivision or consolidation of shares
  • Restoration of a struck off company
  • Transfer of share
  • Issue of bonus shares
  • Re-designation of shares
  • Reviewing and amending articles of association

We can act as a registered office address or Corporate Company Secretary of a company/LLP to better manage the communication with Companies House.

Our services


We provide services in relation to company reorganisation/restructuring to help you become tax efficient.

  • Re-designation of shares to enable your company to declare dividend for one class of share and not for other class or with different voting rights.
  • Reorganisation/restructuring of companies by incorporating new entity or striking off unnecessary entity in the structure to save cost and to become more tax efficient.
  • Structuring the share capital of the company with various class such as promotor shareholders and employee shareholders with articles of association matching with various rights attached to those shares.

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