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Services explained

What are Corporate Compliance and Secretarial Services?
As a leading company secretarial practice in South Africa, Moore provides comprehensive company secretarial, statutory and board support services, including corporate governance services, to companies ranging from small start-ups to companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).
As experts in our field, our team is able to provide the advice you need to ensure that companies are complying with the latest statutory obligations pro-actively and efficiently, keeping up to date with the latest news and regulatory changes, as well as advising on what these changes mean to businesses. We are able to provide advice on matters including King Code and Report on Governance for South Africa “King III” and South African Revenue Service registration matters, amongst other compliance matters.
Company Secretarial
Compliance with the Companies Act demands that more attention be given to statutory requirements. When starting or running a business, there is a myriad of statutory formalities to be observed which have to be reviewed regularly. Non-compliance can have costly consequences, but not everyone possesses the necessary wealth of knowledge regarding changing legislation – or the time to keep up with it.
 Moore Company Secretarial Services is able to ensure that companies comply with all legislated requirements. The firm takes care of all the statutory details, including directors, share and other registers, minute books, attendance registers, annual returns, documents of constitution, changes to shareholdings and other membership interests which can sometimes have unforeseen and expensive consequences.
 Moore can assist you in registering for VAT, PAYE, UIF, Workmen’s Compensation, Skills Development Levies, Income Tax and other certificates and licenses which are needed to conduct your business lawfully.
 Moore is in the best position to advise you on the most appropriate vehicle through which to conduct your business, be it a company, partnership, trust or sole proprietorship. There are advantages and disadvantages to each of these, depending on individual needs and aspirations.
Services Include:

  • Formation, registration and amendment of companies and trusts
  • Conversions of companies and corporations
  • Maintenance of statutory records and registers
  • Amendments to and registration of statutory details
  • Registered office facility
  • Minute taking
  • Coordinating and managing of board and committee meetings
  • Preparation of agendas, collation and professional presentation of meetings
  • Voluntary liquidations
  • Statutory registrations
  • Deregistration of companies, close corporations and trusts
  • Submission of annual returns for companies and close corporations
  • Formation of external companies
  • Registration of trademarks
  • Import and export licenses
  • STT payment and submissions
  • Advising the board on corporate governance principles and implementation of programmes and risk management frameworks

Moore offers you personalised service and works closely with you to structure and best grow your business. It makes perfect business sense.
Corporate Governance
Moore Corporate Finance is a corporate advisory boutique within the Moore Global network, providing specialist corporate finance and due diligence advice to listed and privately-owned companies, both South African and foreign.