Trust & Administration

Corporate

Multinational corporations face a myriad of rules, regulations and reporting duties in the different jurisdictions where they operate. By offering our corporate clients a single point of contact for our comprehensive suite of services, we allow them to spend less time attending to statutory maintenance matters. Aiming to adjust our operations and practices to specific goals, not to our structures, means we can meet demands in a reactive and flexible way.

At the early entrepreneurial stages of business the complexities of managing cross-border activities can refocus the directors attention away from their main activity and thus compromise growth. By attending to the following matters, we can allow them to pursue their core tasks.


A) Company formation and management

  • Incorporation of companies in multiple jurisdictions;
  • Establishment of a registered office;
  • Post incorporation services and structure implementation;
  • Appointment of industry qualified CFO;
  • Liquidation services;
  • Sale of ready-made companies and Special Purpose Vehicles; and,
  • Establishment of a bank account for the company.

B) Accounting and financial reporting

  • Preparation of monthly/ quarterly/ annual management accounts;
  • Reporting to IFRS or GAAP standards;
  • Coordination with auditors;
  • Audit preparation; and,
  • Tax co-ordination.

C) Directors and company secretarial

  • Provision of directorship services;
  • Arrangement and attendance of board meetings and taking of minutes;
  • Preparation and circulation of board meeting briefing documents;
  • Ensuring all statutory returns and fees are submitted;
  • Corporate compliance and correspondence; and,
  • Preparation and management of data rooms for due diligence purposes.

D) Outsourcing and payroll

  • Payroll administration;
  • Management and administration of incentive schemes;
  • Employment contract administration;
  • Salary withholding tax representation; and,
  • Temporary employee placement services.

E) Executive incentives and pension plans

  • Trustee roles and responsibilities;
  • Planning of administration;
  • Reporting;
  • Member and corporate support; and,
  • Planning of costs.

F) IP rights

  • Director roles and responsibilities;
  • Planning of administration;
  • Reporting;
  • Member and corporate support; and,
  • Planning of costs.