The MEA Trust is a well-established North East charity which owns MEA House, a 5-storey multi-let office building in the centre of Newcastle. The charity has no employees and relies on professional firms to help run the building which provides sub-market-cost accommodation to the voluntary sector.
As well as acting as property managers for MEA House, Naylors has also recently been appointed to take responsibility for the day to day running of the charity itself and its legal entity.
Our role covers a range of company secretarial functions, including:
– arranging all Trustee meetings, including the circulating of agendas and the taking of minutes
– ensuring follow up of action points and liaising with third parties
– full compliance with all corporate regulatory requirements, including Companies House and Charity Commission filings
– liaising with our accountants to ensure timely completion and filing of annual accounts
– corporate governance
Our role as Company Secretary has quickly established a successful relationship with MEA Trust as Michael Spriggs, Chairman of Trustees explains: “Karla of Naylors is a professionally qualified Company Secretary with ICSA accreditation, thereby helping to ensure the efficient and accurate running of the Trust and its various compliance obligations. This has transformed the way we operate, saving us money and giving the trustees the assurance of a well-established firm and fully qualified individual guaranteeing our proper running.
“This has worked particularly well in conjunction with Naylor’s managing of the building, ensuring a seamless, comprehensive service. Karla and Naylors are always responsive, skilled and a pleasure to deal with!”
For more information please visit Company Secretarial Services. Whatever the circumstances, we can provide a bespoke package of services to suit the needs of individual clients.
Please get in touch with our Client Financial Services Manager Karla Sweeney to discuss your requirements – email@example.com