SENS or SEC Express Nationwide Submission System is a non-appearance submission of SEC documents such as General Information Sheet and Audited Financial Statements as required by SEC annually.
Simply log on to secexpress.ph/sens and fill out the online application form. Bring the printed form together with the SEC document/s to any courier and send to the SEC.
The courier of your choice should be able to advise you on how long it will take for the SEC to receive the submitted documents. Please ensure that you have ample time to meet the SEC deadline.
The amount to be paid will vary depending on the delivery rates of the courier you have selected.
No, per Memorandum circular No. 18, series of 2020, all AFS and GIS should be filed through SENS then Philpost or courier of your choice.
The courier you selected will handle the delivery of your return copy. SEC will use the prepaid return envelope you included in the original package to send back your return copy.
Please ask for more details on the delivery procedure from the courier representative.
SEC requires four (4) copies of the GIS and/or AFS.
You may check with the courier you selected on the delivery status of your document. Do take note of the Tracking Number of your shipment that will be given by the courier representative. >
You can check the availability of submitted document/s at the Public Reference Unit through SEC Express System, 2 months after it was received by the SEC.
You can still submit your documents any time after the deadline (even of previous fiscal years) but corresponding penalties will already apply.