Corporations in Japan are required to hold a formal shareholder’s meeting once a year, generally on or around the anniversary of establishment. These meetings are held and organized according to terms and conditions outlined in the company’s Articles of Incorporation or by shareholders at the annual shareholder meeting.
Langley Esquire is often asked to help with achieving these requirements or simply assigning a delegate to represent an absent Board Member. It is important to document these meetings: lack of evidence that major decisions were given formal board approval is a common piece of evidence used in intra-company disputes.
Do not hesitate to contact us today in order to see how we can help you save time and money on holding and documenting required meetings. You determine the context: your place, your agenda, and your team. We just make it happen.