Example Board Resolution

If you are a Private Limited Company, we require a board resolution in the format below. We know this takes time, so we have tried to make this as simple for you as possible through this guide. We explain how you can create a Board Resolution and send this to us.

Instructions

  1. Copy and paste the below document in to a text editor (like Microsoft Word, or Google Docs). We have provided the footnotes to this document for explanation purposes only - please remove these from the document you prepare!
  2. Please put your logo or branding on the document
  3. Fill details such as date, company name, authorized signatory name and director names 
  4. Have the document signed by the directors of the company
  5. Send a scanned copy of this to support@getsafepay.com

Here is a link to the below Board Resolution you can copy, paste, fill out and get signed: Example-Board-Resolution.pdf

Notes to template Board Resolution

Number What you need to do
1 A letterhead normally has your company's full legal name and logo
2
Enter the full legal name of your company - example: Safepay (Private) Limited


3 We expect to see a recently passed Board Resolution
4 Understand how you will use the Safepay Services for your business and what rate has been agreed between us for this
5 Make sure the KYC documentation you have provided us is valid and up-to-date
6 Understand that we use financial partners to provide the Safepay Services
7 We need this to ensure that the directors of the company know which account is being credited by Safepay
8 We need this to ensure that the directors of the company know which account is being credited by Safepay
9 We need this to ensure that the directors of the company know which account is being credited by Safepay. Your bank will be able to provide you this
10 We need to know the directors of the Company has authorized who we deal with to discuss information in relation to the Safepay Services
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