Annual Requirements of a Guernsey Company
This course will look at all of the documents and reporting needed on an annual basis to maintain a Guernsey company.
It is aimed at compliance officers, trust officers or company secretaries who have responsibility for maintaining Guernsey companies, to ensure that they have a good understanding of the requirements for Guernsey companies annual obligations.
The course will cover the annual validation process, preparation of AGMs, accounts requirements, maintenance of registers, filing of waivers, when they might be applicable and what fees need to be paid.
In attending this workshop, delegates will be given a complete overview of what can be done by Guernsey companies, where they are entitled to be exempt, how to file items where exemption has not been chosen and maintaining appropriate records to ensure the company is in compliance and can file its annual validation.
Helen Proudlove-Gains was born and bought up in Guernsey and was educated at La Mare De Carteret Secondary School and the Grammar Sixth form. She graduated from the University of Wales, Swansea with an honours degree in Zoology in 1996.
Following a brief stint in the Captive Insurance Industry Helen joined the States of Guernsey as a Trainee Trading Standards Officer in September 1997. After 3 years of extensive study she was awarded the Diploma in Trading Standards, the professional qualification, from the Trading Standards Institute in January 2001 and subsequently appointed to the role of Trading Standards Officer.
Having developed an interest in Law Helen began studying for the Postgraduate Diploma in Law with the college of Law in September 2002, successfully gaining the qualification in June 2004.
Helen joined the Guernsey Registry as the Deputy Registrar of Companies in June 2008. Since joining the team she has completed the MSC in Corporate Governance through the University of Bournemouth and holds the Grad ICSA qualification.
Helen acts as both the Deputy Registrar for Companies and Intellectual Property and is a Deputy Greffier for Limited Partnerships.
Angus Kemp is a qualified Chartered Accountant and has been involved in tutoring students in the islands for over 15 years. In 1995 he established Offshore Training Consortium in Guernsey which was subsequently acquired by BPP plc, the UK’s largest provider of professional education training. Angus’s extensive academic credentials include MA in Economics and Politics, Postgraduate Certificate in Accountancy, and a Masters degree in Education.