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Ensure you are complying with the requirements which, although law from April 2016, introduce new filing requirements from 30 June 2016. Under the rules, companies are required to maintain a register of people with significant control (PSC register). In addition, the details of people with significant control (PSCs) have to be filed with Companies House from 30 June 2016.
A PSC is defined as an individual that:
The details of the individuals which need to be entered on the PSC register include:
Failure to comply with the requirements of the PSC regime could lead to the company or directors, or identified PSCs committing a criminal offence. The company and its directors could face a fine or imprisonment or both.
Further guidance can be found on the Companies House website or please contact us for more help and support in this area.
Internet link: Companies House
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