If your business needs help and guidance on appointing shareholders, managing paperwork and drawing up contracts, you need a neutral third-party who can oversee the whole process for you.
Are you looking for advice on managing and appointing shareholders?
Whichever position you’re in, you’ll need to be aware of all your rights, responsibilities and entitlements before you make any decisions that affect company shares.
Appointing shares in return for investment can be a tricky world to navigate. It’s always best to seek legal advice when presenting potential investors with an offer for equity and when drawing up agreements.
What do you need to do to appoint company shareholders?
When you start a business and register with Companies House, one of the key things you’ve got to decide is who owns what in your company. You will need to provide details of all the shareholders and directors you wish to appoint.
Even if you’re not a new business, if you make any changes to your company structure or shareholders, you will need to let Companies House know. This is to ensure that their records are kept updated at all times.
How can Countplus help you with shareholder advice?
With Countplus Accounting, we can provide you with excellent shareholder advice so you can make the best possible decisions for the future of your company.
We go beyond what regular accountancy firms in the UK provide. Not only are we able to provide high-quality accountancy management services, we are also on hand to give you tailored legal advice and consultancy services.
With Countplus Accounting, you get a full package of business finance services so that you’re covered across all bases and don’t need to hire several companies to work simultaneously.
As part of our shareholder advice service, we will help you work out who can become a shareholder in your limited company and what that means for your company structure. We will be with you every step of the way, to handle all the finer legal details and required paperwork so that no stone is left unturned.
Our Shareholder Advice service
Our shareholder advice service aims to be fully comprehensive and tailored to your specific situation. Typically, we will do the following:
Advise you on the different shareholder options for your business
Assist you with all the necessary paperwork you need to complete
Submit details and paperwork to Companies House on your behalf
Ensure you and your fellow shareholders are aware of your positions and rights
Guide you through all shareholder agreements and any shareholder disputes
Make sure you and your fellow shareholders are kept updated on your case
Dealing with shares and shareholders can be a delicate matter to make sure everyone is happy and acting in accordance with the law. That’s why having a neutral and knowledgeable third-party to guide you through it all is so important.
Enlisting the help of one of our accountants for small businesses means that you’ll be getting an experienced adviser who can not only cover your tax and accounting needs but can also help other areas of your business.
Signing up with Countplus and using our Shareholder Advice service means that’s one less thing to worry about. You can all be reassured that your legal affairs are in good hands as well as receive tax return help, bookkeeping and accountancy management services.
Get in touch with Countplus today to learn more about how we can help and receive a quote.