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Giving Up The Ghost – Your Guide To Phantom Shares

Being able to offer substantial remuneration packages is essential to attract the best and the brightest, especially for pivotal management roles. One way you can achieve this is by creating a phantom share option plan, otherwise known as an incentive […]

Get It On Paper – Written Resolutions In Company Law

One of the most common images that comes to mind when thinking about how a company makes decisions is of a group of individuals huddled around a boardroom table. Although many companies still prefer to decisions this way, companies are […]

The Effect of the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive on the PSC Register Requirements

The register of people with significant control (the “PSC register”) was introduced by the British government in April 2016.  It was designed, amid concerns of corporate transparency, to ensure that individuals who ultimately own and/or control a company (i.e. behind […]

The Way Of The FCA

The Way Of The Financial Conduct Authority

People who have read Ayn Rand’s classic ode to capitalism Atlas Shrugged tend to fall into two camps – those who think it is a prediction of dystopian horror that the world could face if corporations are not kept under […]

Keeping Your House In Order – UK Company Filing Duties

Keeping Your House In Order – UK Company Filing Duties

Keeping Your House In Order – UK Company Filing Duties There is no doubt that the UK has a simple and straightforward process for setting up a company. According to current World Bank economy rankings, the UK is the 7th […]

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