How we can help

With many different requirements in each jurisdiction, changing directors and officers of multiple companies around the world can be a document-heavy and time-consuming task. We can streamline this process for you by managing your global director and officer changes from start to finish. Our central coordination team draws upon its expertise of running large scale global director and officer change projects, and works seamlessly with our extensive global network of offices to complete the process as efficiently as possible.

Here we show you how our experienced team can help minimise the pressure on you at each stage of your director and officer change project:

Instruction/Information Gathering

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We can act as the global project coordinator, with one lead contact from our team appointed to help you.

There will be no need to manage requirements from multiple jurisdictions - your lead contact will share simplified and comprehensive information requests with you where needed.

Document Preparation

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We will conduct a first review of the draft director and officer change documents, and will liaise with our local teams to implement any changes as required.

Once we complete our review, we will share the finalised documents with you to review and coordinate execution.

Implementing Changes

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We will work with you to simplify the document execution process in a way that works best for your business, remaining on hand to respond to any queries you may have throughout the process.

Our lawyers in each jurisdiction will ensure that the necessary registrations are completed on your behalf.

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