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CoSec Solutions

At Praxis, we understand the importance of maintaining a robust corporate governance framework and specialist company secretarial (CoSec) support. With a 50-year history and a global footprint, we are well placed to support your business’ international needs.

We work with international businesses, HNWIs, family offices, funds, law firms and other professional advisers across our global network of offices. Our team supports organisations at all phases of the business journey, ensuring their governance and compliance obligations are met promptly and efficiently so they can focus on their core business

Our CoSec packages

Where a business requires a bespoke approach, our services can be offered on a transactional or tailored basis, but we have two off-the-shelf company secretarial packages: CoSec LITE offers essential compliance and governance support and is ideal for businesses looking for assistance in meeting their statutory obligations; and CoSec Classic which delivers a broader range of services to companies and structures requiring a higher level of support.


Praxis provides a full suite of corporate services to support clients from incorporation through to expansions, restructurings and closure. These include accounting and financial reporting, provision of directors, board meeting attendance and coordination, domiciliation and cash management.

 Company secretarial services


  • Provision of registered office and appointed company secretary
  • Annual confirmation statement and filing annual accounts
  • Filings and deadline reminders
  • Dedicated account manager
  • Mail scanning and forwarding
  • Director/member service address 
  • Maintaining statutory registers, books and records 
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Company secretarial services

CoSec Classic

  • All services included with CoSec LITE
  • One-off corporate health check and MOT
  • Minute preparation for new directors/CoSec, including appropriate registration with regional agencies
  • Minute preparation for other changes (e.g. address, name change, officer details) 
  • Share transfers and allotments
  • ICO review and registration/annual submission 
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Why choose Praxis

Frequently asked questions

Why outsource your CoSec work?

Outsourcing CoSec work allows companies to focus on their core business activities while ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. By leveraging the expertise of specialised professionals, organisations can streamline processes, reduce costs and mitigate the risks of non-compliance.

What does a company secretary do?

A company secretary ensures compliance with legal and regulatory obligations, maintains accurate corporate records, and facilitates effective communication between the board of directors, shareholders, and regulatory authorities. They also assist in corporate governance, manage meetings and provide guidance on company law matters.

Is it necessary for every company to have a CoSec?

Having a company secretary is mandatory in some jurisdictions. Where it isn't mandatory, having dedicated CoSec support is highly recommended to ensure compliance with fast-moving legal and regulatory requirements. 

What are a company’s statutory records?

Companies are required to maintain various mandatory records, including registers of members, directors, and significant shareholders, as well as accounting records and minutes of meetings.

Additionally, they must file annual financial statements, confirmation statements, and other documents with the relevant regional Registrars, ensuring transparency and compliance with statutory obligations.

What is the difference between corporate governance and corporate compliance?

Corporate governance sets the framework for decision-making and accountability, whereas corporate compliance ensures that actions comply with relevant laws and regulations.

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