A company is legally formed when it gets registered. Since the next step involves the growth of the company, a company requires to function in accordance with the applicable laws mentioned in the companies act of India. For this purpose, a company secretary is appointed in every company to avoid penalties, fines or any legal issues. A company secretary is a company official who plays a significant and vital role in a company’s consistent growth and sustainability. He/She is responsible for ensuring coordination between the board of the company and investors, stakeholders, government regulators, employees and public. Hence, the growth of a company is highly dependent on its secretarial functions and practices which includes providing inputs and advices for strategic decisions, statutory compliances, management functions and adherence to business ethics. As we ourselves believe in abiding by work ethics and professionalism therefore, we provide our clientele with an array of CS services that would help them to build mutual trust and coordination within and outside of their organization which will eventually lay down the foundation of their company.
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Why to go for CS Services?
- Ensures improved corporate governance
- Ensures statutory compliances
- Helps in the alignment of different management functions with company policies
- Ensures professionalism in the organization
- Ensures corporate growth by proper coordination between the board and stakeholders, investors, public, employees, etc.
- Helps in strategic decision of management
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