Changes in UK Company Legislation – Constitutional Documents Companies incorporated in the UK Company Legislation under the 2006 Act, on or after 1 October 2009, are required to have the following constitutional documents: Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association and, if a company with limited liability, a Statement of capital and shareholdings or a Statement […]
Company Bureau can assist you to make changes to your company’s Constitution (formerly known as Memorandum & Articles of Association). Any change in the Constitution requires a Special Resolution, which must be approved by 75% of the Shareholders. This is required to make changes to items such as the company objectives, members voting rights or […]
by Andrew Lambe, 2nd September 2009 The European Commission (EC) has adopted a proposal for a recast of the Regulation on administrative cooperation for VAT, extending and reinforcing the legal framework for the exchange of information and cooperation between tax authorities. The proposal will also lead to the creation of “Eurofisc” a common operational structure […]
On 12th July 2009, a new piece of legislation was passed in Ireland which relaxed the residency requirement for Directors of Irish Companies. Previously at least one Irish company director was required to be an Irish resident. Now if at least one of the Directors is an EEA Resident, the Non-Resident Directors Bond is no […]
Company Bureau can guide you through the requirements for setting up and maintaining a Limited Company in Ireland. The legal/company secretarial requirements are similar regardless of whether you are resident in Ireland or not. To see the requirements for registering a company please see Company Formation Requirements. After your company is registered, the main on-going compliance requirements […]
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