Demand surge for chartered secretaries
The months ahead will be challenging for firms as they address the strict requirements introduced by the new Companies Act
The commencement of the Companies Act 2014 on June 1, 2015, has resulted in a surge in demand for chartered secretaries, particularly those who have trained in a professional services practice.
“This is a direct result of the new duty imposed on each company to ensure that the person appointed as company secretary has the necessary skills to discharge his/her statutory and other legal duties”, said Salvador Nash, Head of Company Secretarial with KPMG.
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