Companies required to declare all 'persons with significant control'
The new regime came into force on 6 April 2016. Download our free briefing note for guidance.
As from 6 April the 'Persons with significant control' regime requires most UK companies, CICs and LLPs to keep a "PSC Register" (even if they don’t actually have any persons or entities with significant control).
Deadline – from 30 June 2016
The registers will need to be filed with Companies House from 30 June 2016 and therefore clients have from now until then to establish whether they do have persons or entities with significant control. If they don’t, they still need to have a register which just notes that they have looked into the matter and established that they do not have persons/entities with significant control.
Download our short briefing note below, which summarises:
- The new legislation
- Who is affected
- What action is required
- How Wrigleys can help
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