Incorporation is the legal process used to form a corporate entity or company. A corporation is the resulting legal entity that separates the ﬁrm's assets and income from its owners and investors.
Directors' responsibilities. Company directors are responsible for the management of their companies. They must act honestly and promote the success of the business and beneﬁt its shareholders. Directorship services serves to meet client’s need to meet regulatory requirement to maintain a resident director in their companies.
Shareholder trust service is an arrangement that allows a third party or trustee hold corporate shares for a beneﬁciary or beneﬁciaries to meet local ownership requirements.
Within any organization, a Corporate Secretary's duties include ensuring the integrity of the governance framework, being responsible for the efﬁcient administration of a company, ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and implementing decisions made by the Board of Directors.
A registered ofﬁce is the ofﬁcial address of an incorporated company, association or any other legal entity. Generally it will form part of the public record and is required in most countries where the registered organization or legal entity is incorporated.
Payroll services involves handling all payroll functions to reduce the need for in house trained payroll staff and maintenance of appropriate payroll software and staying compliant with labour regulations.
Business process outsourcing (BPO) is the contracting of a speciﬁc business task, such as payroll, to a third-party service provider. Usually, BPO is implemented as a cost-saving measure for tasks that a company requires but does not depend upon to maintain their position in the marketplace.
Proper controls and payment authorization over expenditure bills and close monitoring of collections of revenue receivables is essential to ensure cash ﬂows are well managed..
Financial reporting is the process of summarising and presenting accounting output as a report such as an income statement or a balance sheet to provide company’s shareholders or management view of ﬁnancial performance and position of the company for purpose of making corporate decisions.
Accounting services is the process of collecting, tracking and recording of all business transactions in a systematic method congruent with accounting standards and practices adopted by the country where company is domiciled.
In a compilation engagement, the chartered accountant summarizes accounting data provided by the client and presents them as ﬁnancial statements supported with notes and disclosures according to ﬁnancial reporting standards adopted by the company and issues these as report issued by the board of directors to shareholders.
Internal control, as deﬁned by accounting and auditing, is a process for assuring of an organization’s objectives in operational effectiveness and efﬁciency, reliable ﬁnancial reporting, and compliance with laws, regulations and policies.
Attest is an engagement that requires independence. This includes audits, reviews, compilations, attestation and assurance services. Attestation is an engagement where a written report is issued on something other than historical ﬁnancial statements.
Use data analytics to help businesses uncover valuable insights within their ﬁnancials, identify process improvements that can increase efﬁciency, and better manage risk.
An agreed-upon procedure is a standard a company or client outlines when it hires an external party to perform an audit on a speciﬁc test or business process. The procedures, which are called audit standards, are designed and agreed upon by the entity conducting the audit, as well as any appropriate third parties.
Engage experts to direct, plan, or implement policies, objectives, or activities of organizations or businesses to ensure continuing operations, to maximize returns on investments, or to increase productivity.
Our Risk consultants utilize their expertise in ﬁnance, business, and mathematics to assess the stakes of ﬁnancial decisions for their clients. They then develop policies to minimize that risk.
Work closely with Tax Consultants to prepare tax returns, along with ensuring that overall tax liability of the Company is minimized as well as checking that clients are compliant with country specific tax regulations.
Business analytics focuses on developing new insights and understanding of business performance based on data and statistical methods.
A market expansion growth strategy, often called market development, entails selling current products in a new market. There several reasons why a company may consider a market expansion strategy. If a business does not ﬁnd new markets for its products, it cannot increase sales or proﬁts.
Use accounting software for automatic bank feeds, invoicing, accounts payable, expense claims, ﬁxed asset depreciation, purchase orders, bank reconciliations, and standard business and management reporting.
Go paperless and employ the use of software that will digitize ﬁles and store them electronically. Document scanning archiving system is used to convert ﬁles into other formats for easy access and retrieval.
Outsourced software development for customized operational systems and applications to enhance internal controls, work productivity and business information.
Electronic ﬁle management and document classiﬁcation systems make workﬂow automation and document management organisation efﬁcient resulting in cost savings, effortless access to documents and streamlines everyday work processes.
Contract review is a thinking process-a rational analysis. This process includes: clarifying of contract related facts, measure of the feasibility of contract, and forecast of contract risks. Contract review and control of legal risk show the relationships between means and purpose, as well as form and substance.
Engage a Contract specialist to help draft important company contracts. A contract is legally binding agreement. Drafting a contract is the act of writing out the terms and details of the contract, in order to outline the legal obligations of the two parties, so that they fully understand the terms of the agreement and their respective duties towards one another.
Valuation is the analytical process of determining the current (or projected) worth of an asset or a company for use in commercial negotiations, sale or purchase of businesses or assets, and accounting purposes.
Business negotiations to bring negotiating parties to closer to conclude a contractual deal ensuring both parties are satisﬁed with what is being negotiated. Funding and capitalization refers to the capital required and sourcing of loans or funding instruments required for the deal.
Tax due diligence is a comprehensive examination of the different types of taxes that may be imposed upon a particular business, as well as the various taxing jurisdictions in which it may have sufﬁcient connection to be subject to such taxes.
An M&A deal structure is a binding agreement between parties in a merger or acquisition (M&A) that outlines the rights and obligations of both parties. It states the terms and conditions of a M&A agreement and what each party of the deal is entitled to and what each is obliged to do under the agreement.
Corporate restructuring is a corporate action taken to signiﬁcantly modify the structure or the operations of the company. This usually happens when a company is facing signiﬁcant problems and is in ﬁnancial jeopardy.
SOAS Trimex (Trading, Import and Export) serves to connect clients supply and buying needs across Middle East and Asia.
Sourcing, buying land and building properties for sale and leasing, including sourcing for equity investments and loans to finance each stage of the property development process.
Structuring, accounting and managing ﬁnancing for infrastructure projects and industrial project deals in consideration of engineering and construction development cashﬂows.
Structuring equity or debt ﬁnancing for business acquisitions, trading transactions, and clients’ investments.
Fund administration activities carried out in support of the process of running a collective investment scheme in accordance with company investment strategies; including fund reporting.
Responsible planning, management, and supervision of clients’ corporate properties, assets, transactions and business dealings.
Our managers will be responsible for implementing investment strategy and managing clients’ investments into properties, assets, business deals and commodity trading activities.