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What are the Articles of Association?

02 April 2020

The model articles of association establish a company’s constitution, detailing the internal rules and regulations that must be followed by the company’s officers. The document is a legal requirement of all companies in the UK. Three Read More...

COVID-19 Update: 3-Month Filing Extension at Companies House

25 March 2020

From today, businesses will be able to apply for a 3-month filing extension to help avoid penalties as they deal with the impact of COVID-19 » visit https://bit.ly/3atMldP to find out more. Read More...

Brexit Transition Period for ROI Companies: Revenue Bond

05 March 2020

The UK may have exited the EU on 31st January 2020 however, there will be a transition period running until 31st December 2020. Until then the UK’s relationship with the EU, at least from a trading Read More...

What is a Registered Office Address?

27 February 2020

When you form a company an official address must be supplied. This address will determine which of the UK’s three jurisdictions – Scotland, Northern Ireland, or England and Wales – the company resides in. All official Read More...

Company Seal – Irish Companies

06 December 2019

Do I Need a Seal? Under Section 43(1) of the Companies Act 2014, every Irish registered company is required to have a company seal, sometimes referred to as a common seal. It is used to engrave Read More...

Beneficial Ownership

02 October 2019

The EU has legislated for numerous Anti-Money Laundering Directives (AMLD) with the purpose of preventing the use of the financial system for money laundering and terrorist financing. As a result of this, in the Republic of Read More...

Naming your new company

04 September 2019

Choosing a name for your business can be stressful. However, it should be a fun and creative process. First impressions count and in the majority of cases your company name will leave a lasting impression. In Read More...

Dormant Companies

31 July 2019

What is a Dormant Company? Basically, a dormant company is one that is not trading. Companies House defines a company as being dormant “where it has had no significant accounting transactions during the relevant accounting period”. Read More...

GDPR and Brexit

26 July 2019

The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in May 2018 altered the way companies in the UK and EU collect, process, and store personal data. The following highlights the changes which the GDPR has Read More...

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