In Hong Kong, a company must conduct an annual general meeting yearly, where audited accounts are adopted. Additionally, they must submit an annual return to the Companies Registry. The company is also required to inform the registry of any special resolution, charge creation, or change in the previously filed documents:

  • Change of share capital
  • Change of directors and/or secretary and/or their
  • Personal particulars
  • Allotment of shares
  • Change of company name
  • Alteration of the Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Resignation of auditors
  • Change of registered office

Non-compliance with these obligations may result in a fine and/or imprisonment for both the company and its officers.

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