Frequently Asked Questions

A corporate secretary in Singapore plays a crucial role in ensuring the company complies with legal and regulatory requirements. They assist the board of directors, maintain corporate records, handle corporate governance matters, and ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

The responsibilities of a corporate secretary include maintaining statutory registers and records, recording board meetings, preparing board resolutions and minutes, ensuring compliance with corporate laws and regulations, managing communication with shareholders, and advising the board on corporate governance matters.

Yes, every company incorporated in Singapore is required to appoint a qualified corporate secretary within six months of its incorporation.

No, a director or shareholder of a company cannot simultaneously act as its corporate secretary. The corporate secretary must be a separate individual.

Board meetings must be held at least once every calendar year, and the corporate secretary should ensure proper notice and documentation for these meetings. Corporate records should be maintained and updated regularly as per statutory requirements.


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