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    What is a PSC Register?
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          What is a PSC Register?   What is the requirement? S.81 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEEA) came into force in April last year and requires UK companies, LLP’s and SE’s to keep and maintain a register of people with significant control (PSC).     What is a… Learn more

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    What is a shareholders agreement?
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    What is a shareholders agreement? Directors deal with the day to day running of a company, whereas few decisions are referred back to shareholders for approval unless specifically outlined in the company’s articles of association or the Companies Act 2006. A shareholders’ agreement works in conjunction with the articles with one key difference; it is… Learn more

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    How do shareholders affect a business?
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    If you are interested in starting up your own company, it is fundamental that you understand your obligations as a shareholder.           Ownership of a company is defined by shares. When someone buys shares, they become a shareholder and accordingly own a proportion of the company. The percentage of shares held… Learn more

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    What happens when shareholders cannot agree to sell the company? : Drag and Tag provisions
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    Selling a company can be a stressful time, particularly if the shareholders cannot agree to the fundamental terms of the sale.     When a buyer wants to buy the entire shareholding in a company, consent may be required by all parties in order for the sale to go ahead. If one shareholder disagrees then… Learn more


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