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Preparing for the Companies House Reforms
Classroom: £269 +VAT per person
Online: £269 +VAT per person
There are major changes coming to Companies House under the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill. The Government has described the Bill as "the most fundamental change to the purpose and role of Companies House, since its creation”. The far-reaching changes will turn Companies House from a ‘passive recipient of information’ to a more active gatekeeper in the fight against financial crime.
The changes will impact all UK registered companies and LLPs, but time to prepare is short, with the Bill working its way through Parliament right now and looking set to quickly become law. This crucial half-day course will guide you through the details of the changes, their implications for companies and most importantly, exactly what actions you will need to take now and in the future.
The course will cover the:
This course is essential training for any company secretaries, directors, accountants, advisers and anyone that has a responsibility for compliance with Companies House duties.
David Impey is a solicitor of 37 years’ standing, during which he has specialised exclusively in corporate/company law for private limited companies. He lectures regularly on company law and practice, and is known for his lively, practical approach. David helps people to understand the relevant company law rules and regulations, identify the practical pitfalls to look out for and the available solutions, and choose the best options for their company or client.
David has worked in-house, been a director of a market-leading legal services company, and set up and run two small businesses of his own. His technical competence in company law is underpinned by an in-depth understanding of the needs and priorities of both small and medium sized businesses. David is also co-author of ‘The Company Director: Powers, Duties and Liabilities’, ‘Running a Limited Company’ and ‘Modern Law of Meetings’ and a contributor to ‘Jordans Company Administration and Governance.’