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Company secretaries in academy trusts

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updated on 26 March 2018
School types: Academy · School phases: All
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Although there’s no legal requirement to have a company secretary, in practice the trustees will need to have someone to carry out their responsibilities. Read on to learn more about what the role involves, and eligibility to be company secretary.

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Contents

  1. 1 Requirements 
  2. 2 Trustees appoint the company secretary
  3. 3 Role and responsibilities
  4. 4 Eligibility
  5. 5 Qualifications and training 

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