After identifying the significant controllers in your company, you should enter the content into a Significant Controllers Register, keep it up-to-date, and make it available for inspection. It is important to note that certain details must be included in SCR:
• The ‘required particulars’ of every significant controller of the company.
The ‘required particulars’ include name, nature of control over the company, and the date of their becoming a significant controller.
• The particulars of any registrable change with respect to each of its significant controllers.
A registrable change includes a significant controller’s cessation as a significant controller, and changes rendering the particulars already entered incorrect or incomplete.
• The name and contact details of your designated representative.
The company must designate a representative to serve as the contact for providing information on the SCR and related assistance to law enforcement officers.
The required particulars of a registrable person or registrable legal entity must be entered in the SCR in a timely manner, within 7 days after all the particulars have been provided or confirmed.
Centre O can help you to maintain the Significant Controllers Register as part of the Company Secretarial service. Check out further details on the following link: http://centreo.hk/company-secretarial/.
If you would like to know more about the SCR compliance, or if you have other business related questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always here to serve and help your company to maintain HK requirements and compliance.