SAIF Update: Are you compliant with the Companies Act 2006?

December 2, 2014   //   No Comments

Regulations made under the Companies Act 2006 require a company to display its name at its registered office and other places of business, on business documents and on websites.

The purpose of the regulations is that the legal identity of every company should be revealed to anyone who have, or may wish to have, dealings with it.  The requirements are included in ‘The Companies (Trading Disclosures) Regulations (Statutory Instrument 2008/495) and The Companies (Trading Disclosures) (Amendment) Regulations 2009 (SI No. 218).  SAIF Members may logon to the Business Information section of the Members’ area to read full details.