Objectives

The aim of this training is to present the role of the officer in charge of corporate administration by giving a detailed description of the main corporate secretarial services as well as of the applicable laws.

The scope of this training is limited to non-regulated sociétés à responsabilité limitée, sociétés anonymes and sociétés en commandite par actions.

Content

- Introduction: definition of corporate administration

- Non-exhaustive list and description of basic corporate administration matters:

General rules on domiciliation

Main characteristics on S.àr.l. /S.A. / S.C.A. post 2016 company law reform

Incorporation
- Decision maker and legal documentation to be set-up
- Actions to be taken in connection therewith

Register of shareholders
- Content
- Practical example to complete a register

Transfer of registered offices
- Decision maker and legal documentation to be set up
- Actions to be taken in connection therewith

Change in Management
- Case of changes of directors/managers (appointment - dismissal - resignation)
- Decision maker and legal documentation to be set up
- Actions to be taken in connection therewith

Appointment of auditors
- Statutory appointment
- Contractual appointment

Approval of annual accounts
- Decision maker and legal documentation to be set up
- Actions to be taken in connection therewith
- Practical example

Legalization / apostille of documents

Liquidation
- 3 steps liquidation
- Simplified liquidation

Conclusion

Questions & Answers

Speakers

Our speakers come from all over our specialised and complementary teams, covering all legal, regulatory, taxation and advisory aspects of doing business in Luxembourg. We invite you to check our training agenda where the speakers are listed on each training session.

Target Group

​Persons in charge of corporate administration.

Duration

​6 hours.

Language

English

For any information, please contact us by e-mail institute@arendt.com

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