Corporate Filings

When it comes to corporate filings, it is of extreme importance that you are able to submit your annual and ad hoc filings in the correct manner and on time to the relevant authorities. Failure to do so can result in a myriad of negative repercussions, including penalties and other legal liabilities. Submitting corporate filings on time and with complete details allows your licensed and registered corporate entity to maintain its good standing in commercial, legal, financial, and business contexts. You will then be allowed to carry out your particular business activities and your day-to-day operations without a hitch.

Afreno can not only help you prepare all of the documentary requirements for annual filings, but we can also provide full support when it comes to audited financial statements, ad hoc filings, changes of personnel, changes in activities, changes in executive function, changes in your registered office, alterations to the share capital adjustments, and so much more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are corporate filings important?

With your corporate filings, you can let investors assess the health of your company. These reports allow them to make the necessary assumptions about its future, its security offerings, and its profitability.

Why do I need to file annual reports?

Annual reports let the relevant bodies of government know about the status and recent changes in your company. It helps keep your company in good standing.

What happens if I don’t file an annual report?

As a registered entity, your company’s failure to file an annual report can result in fees, fines, and penalties that may not be financial in nature.

Is it okay to file late since I still filed my report anyway?

Late filings can cost the company plenty of unnecessary late fees, as well as a sullied standing. Eventually, not being able to file may result in the state no longer recognizing your business as a legal entity.


Can I just file for reinstatement?

Reinstatement is always possible, but the dissolution can adversely affect business relationships and contracts, and can lead to personal liability.


What financial statements do I need to file?

You need to file income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, and statements of changes in equity among others.


Why should I file my assets and liabilities?

Your assets show what the business owns while the liabilities show what the business owes. Your creditors will need this information as well as the government.

Why should I file income statements?

Your investors will want to know revenue, dividend income, depreciations, and so on if you want to keep your business in good standing with all parties involved.


Why is a statement of changes in equity important?

Also known as the Statement of Retained Earnings, this provides details about the owners’ equity over a certain period.


What does Afreno know about corporate filings?

We have been in the business of helping businesses for a long time, and we know all about the ins and outs of the requirements and submission/approval processes here in Qatar.


Annual Reports

Upon the formation of your business, you not only need to have a complete set of legal paperwork, but you also need to file ongoing reports with the necessary bodies of government in order to ensure that your business stays legally operational. Failure to file an annual report can result in fines, penalties, or even dissolution.

Annual reports help keep records of your business’ corporate activity, and inform the government of any changes. It keeps the necessary authorities privy to the most up-to-date statuses in your company. As such, annual reports are extremely important in order to help keep your business operational. Regardless if you are looking to file state specific annual reports or simply reports on director changes, share capital alterations, franchise tax calculations, and so on, Afreno can help guide you through all of the requirements needed to successfully submit a thorough and comprehensive annual report to the relevant authorities.


Ad Hoc

Ad hoc means something that is to be done for a very specific purpose, which means that ad hoc reporting is creating reports not simply for general use but for a particular occasion. There can be many reasons why your company would need to file ad hoc reports, but what’s important to note is that not being able to produce the necessary information when a particular body of government calls for certain data can result to fines and penalties that can be costly to the company as a whole. Not only can reputations and corporate images be sullied, but it is also possible for the company to eventually be legally dissolved all because of incomplete data.

With Afreno as your business consultancy partner, you can steer clear of incomplete requirements so that all you have to worry about is running your business’ day-to-day operational activities with complete peace of mind.


Financial Statements

Your financial statements are crucial records as they hold formal reports of your financial activities as a legal entity. These written reports provide quantifying data that detail the financial strength and performance of a company. They also show the liquidity of the entity, as well as provide a history of the effects of business transactions on the company’s bottom line.

For instance, the Balance Sheet shows the financial position of your company during a given point in time. It provides an accurate picture of your assets, your liabilities, and your equities. The Income Statement, on the other hand, is also called a profit and losses statement as it shows the profits and losses accordingly. By deducting expenses from profits, you can check to see how your company is doing financially. Afreno can expertly help you in handling all of these financial reports and filings every single step of the way.


Company Secretarial

Company secretarial reports can include annual accounts, registered office addresses, details of directors, members, and so on. These reports filed by the company secretary must be publicly available information. There are many core competencies that the company secretary must fulfil, and regular filings are also part of the job.

While company secretarial reports should be the secretary’s responsibility, having a trusted business consultancy partner like Afreno only ensures that you won’t encounter any proverbial bumps in the road by making sure that all filings are accurate and comprehensive. We can assist with all kinds of documentary requirements, and we can make sure that your filings will be made on time and with complete details to save you from any stress and hassle. Our reliable, long-standing relationships with the necessary authorities also make us the best choice to partner with as we’ve been in the business for a long, long time.