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The Essential Guide to the Statutory Registers
This course is a comprehensive guide to everything you need to know about your company’s statutory registers. It covers all of them in detail, including the Register of People with Significant Control. The presenter will explain exactly what the PSC register must contain, the sometimes onerous steps that must be taken to obtain the information, and other important details that may be a surprise to many. It will help you to fully understand how and where to keep the registers, public rights of access and the rules on confidentiality.
Failure to maintain an up-to-date set of registers is an offence that can result in prosecutions and fines being imposed. It is essential that company secretaries and other people involved in the administration of companies master these requirements. Attending this course will bring you right up to speed and help you to ensure that your company is fully compliant with UK company law.
“Very clearly explained. The notes are very detailed and will provide a good reference point when dealing with these matters in future.”
“A dry subject made very easy to understand. A good presenter - the second course I have attended by Roger and I would definitely attend more. Love the venue being so close to the station. ”
“The course handout & powerpoint was very helpful and informative.”
Group Financial Controller
“The presenter had fantastic knowledge of the Companies Act and it was very informative course.”
Chartered Accountant - Client Manager
“Very helpful, I feel much more confident in my knowledge of statutory registers.”
Corporate Governance & Business Manager
“This training was very helpful and very informative on the registers of the company.”
Company Secretary Assistant
Company secretaries, financial controllers, company directors and anyone involved in the administration of companies need to understand these requirements.