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Labour's inclusive ownership fund manifesto proposal

03 Dec 2019
The Labour Party's Manifesto includes the party's intention (which had been announced earlier), should it win the election, to require 'large companies' (not specified but is thought to be companies with more than 250 employees, although 'large companies' in other legislative contexts has a broader definition, including a combination of financial triggers) to set up 'Inclusive Ownership Funds' (IOFs).
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Corporate law timeline

27 Feb 2018
This timeline covers key legislation and legal developments in corporate and company law only and not all corporate and company law developments. If you would like additional information please let us know.
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Court of Appeal considers the Duomatic principle

24 Aug 2017
In Randhawa and Randhawa v Turpin and Hardy [2017] the Court of Appeal considered the comparatively simple question of whether the sole director of a company with articles that required two directors for a board meeting to be quorate, could validly appoint administrators under paragraph 22(2) of Schedule B1 to the Insolvency Act 1986 (paragraph 22(2)). The complicating feature was that, whilst 75% of the shares in the company were held by the sole director, the remaining 25% were registered in the name of a long-dissolved Manx company.
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PSC Register resources

29 Jun 2017
As of 6 April 2016, all UK companies and UK LLPs (with the exception of companies traded on markets such as the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange) are required to maintain a new register called a Register of People with Significant Control (PSC Register).
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PSC Register Resources

29 Jun 2017
As of 6 April 2016, all UK companies and UK LLPs (with the exception of companies traded on markets such as the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange) are required to maintain a new register called a Register of People with Significant Control (PSC Register).