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Don’t settle on getting by. Get better.

In a recent review of the companies that switched to Computershare’s Registered Agent Service, we found that on average 5% of the legal entities were not in good standing prior to on-boarding. 

If a range of your entities weren’t in good standing, would you know which ones were at risk?

If your current registered agent does not provide you an integrated, automated service to eliminate duplication and repetitive tasks with experts to seamlessly prepare annual reports, manage entity updates and take care of time-consuming oversight on your behalf, you may be stuck in an outdated process – and may be at risk of non-compliance.

The way you managed your entity compliance obligations ten years ago is no longer adequate. If your registered agent hasn’t evolved to meet today’s demands, you may be introducing your company to unnecessary risk.


Not all registered agents are the same

Without accessible and transparent data from your registered agent, compliance issues can go unnoticed or ignored. As a result, every day you’re at risk to incur penalties that could damage your company’s reputation or worse — cause major disruptions to your business.

By switching to Computershare, you can:

  • Streamline and digitize entity compliance workflows in one centralized platform

  • Have your registered agent data updated for you by a team of experts

  • Gain centralized visibility to all service of process documents

  • Have a clear view of annual report deadlines and the filing status

  • Receive dedicated support through a single point of contact

  • Receive one consolidated invoice

Improve your registered agent process today

Appointing Computershare as your registered agent is simple. You provide your unit list. We’ll take care of the rest (and we’ll do it for free!)

Contact us today to discuss how we can help you have confidence in your entity compliance obligations.

× Is your registered agent adequate to tackle today’s demands?