Andrew Millet

Wisteria Formations

Company director



Wisteria Formations

Wisteria Cavendish House, 369 Burnt Oak Broadway



About the company

Wisteria Formations, backed by a firm of Chartered Accountants, provide a fast efficient and professional company formation service.

About Andrew Millet

Andrew is a Director of Wisteria Formations, the UK's leading company formation agent which offers a high quality and professional company formation service.

Andrew is a Chartered Accountant and as well as providing advice on company formation matters, Andrew runs Wisteria Chartered Accountants, the parent company of Wisteria Formations. This involves among other things writing business plans, implementing systems and discipline, financial control work, cash management, reporting to the board, providing management information, liaising with investors, and fund-raising.

Much of Andrew's time is spent helping start-up and developing businesses to grow and progress. After qualifying with Stoy Hayward in 1994 Andrew moved out of practice into commerce. Andrew took a number of roles with early stage businesses as finance director. All were hugely successful and involved a broad range of skills from financial control, cash management, book keeping, to investor relations. Andrew has been directly involved in a number of MBOs, acquisitions, trade sells and mergers.

Andrew is married with two children and his interests are improving his golf, watercolours and spending time with his family.


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Q&A: Company directors' responsibilities

Andrew Millet of Wisteria Formations provides an introduction to company directors' key legal responsibilities, including rules governing directors. ...

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Q&A: Displaying company names

You must display your company name at its registered office and at the place where it keeps its company records for inspection, says Andrew Millet. ...

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Q&A: Single-member companies

The register of members of a single-member company must contain an express statement to the effect that the company has only one member. ...