Head of Company Secretariat
This PE backed international organisation is looking for a Head of Secretariat to join their London team.
This organisation is looking for an experienced, confident and energetic individual who will lead the Company Secretarial function, including leading projects to transform the function and provide expert advice on the Group’s corporate governance, subsidiary function, KYC and transaction support.
The successful candidate will operate at the highest level, have experience of working within a private equity backed business. You will have a proven ability to effect improvements to a company secretarial function’s activities and build and maintain excellent relationships with senior stakeholders, including members of Group’s Board, Executive Committee.
Some of your responsibilities will include:
- Responsibility for advising, project management and support on the company secretarial elements of major corporate reorganisations, events and transactions.
- Responsibility for the incorporation of new companies relating to real estate and M&A projects as well as integration of acquired companies for M&A projects.
- Responsibility for company secretarial compliance across the global portfolio (e.g. company forms and directors’ declarations, annual general meetings and filing annual returns).
- Ensuring the smooth administration of meetings including the production of Board and Committee papers, agendas and minutes and managing and reporting on matters arising
To be successful in this role you will:
- Have experience operating at the highest level of a large, multinational group, with a fast-paced private equity backed environment.
- Excellent team-player, with willingness to help and be flexible.
- ICSA qualification or equivalent.
- Extensive post-qualification company secretarial experience.
Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.