Secretarial Services

Ensure compliance with required legislation, giving you additional valuable time to focus on your business.



Xenith Wealth can assist with administrative and company secretarial services, in order to ensure that your business complies with regulatory obligations as it grows. We understand that maybe your business is not big enough to hire a full time bookkeeper and maybe once off assistance is required, either way, we can assit you with all your needs!

We offer the following

Registration of companies
Registration of trusts
Special resolutions
Drafting and maintaining the memorandum of incorporation
Appointment of new members
Appointment of new trustees
Share transfers
Appointment and resignation of directors
Maintenance of statutory records
Completion and submission of annual returns to the relevant governing bodies
Maintaining minute books of annual returns to the relevant governing bodies

Advisory and Consulting

This will include, but will not be limited to, advisory on the following:

  • Business strategy and objectives implementation.

  • Evaluating the existing process or structure and fine tuning some or many of the company’s operations.

  • Analysis of various investment options to optimize cash flow.

  • Profit maximisation techniques

  • Business valuations

  • Working capital consulting

About our pricing


Your dedicated accountant will produce personalized company documents as and when needed in order to comply with all regulatory and statutory requirements.

Fixed fees

Fixed fees for all secretarial services. Basic secretarial services included in monthly packages. Please contact us for a detailed break-down of all services offered.

Tax efficiency reviews

Your dedicated bookkeeper will conduct regular tax efficiency reviews, ensuring you’re claiming everything you could be and operating in the most efficient way possible.


What is a business secretary?

A business secretary is named to take care of a percentage of the executives' obligations, for example, keeping up and documenting statutory registers and organisation records.

Can a director be the business secretary?

An executive like the director may be the business secretary.

How many shares should I have?

Companies House require at least one share minimum for a limited company, however there is no limit on the number of shares held by a shareholder. From our experience, we recommend 100 shares valued at £1 each to ensure you can transfer shares in the future (if required) without having to increase or amend existing shareholding structures.

Do I require a business secretary to enroll an organisation?

A business secretary is no longer a legal requirement.

Why should I have a business secretary?

To free up the time from executives and ensure all statory filing requirements are met.