UK Limited companies have shares that are issued to shareholders. When shares are sold or transferred to another party the existing company shareholders may have rights over these shares.
The ownership structure of a limited company is characterised by the distribution of the share capital and the rights attached to the shares thereof. Differing share structures are used to reflect varying levels of input, commitment and investment from the respective shareholders.
Young entrepreneurs and established companies alike are gravitating towards social media as a vehicle to promote their brand. The importance of social media for any company should not be understated.
Maintaining accurate accounting records is not only a legal requirement it is also essential to the sustainability of your company. Accurate bookkeeping will better enable you to make informed decisions on expenditure, planning investments and controlling your cash flow.
The main objective of most companies is to make money and offering various payment methods ensures any prospective customers can pay you for the goods or services you provide.
Why are share certificates issued and what information is shown on the certificate?
The articles of association are constitutional documents that all limited companies are required to have when they register with Companies House.
The Companies House Web Filing authentication code is issued to all eligible companies incorporated in the UK. This code is used as a means to verify that someone is authorised to file documents on behalf of a company.
A good product will be a cornerstone of success but it may not be the only determining factor. Companies driven by customer satisfaction are easily distinguishable from their competitors.
Clear and reasonable duties for directors are essential both to safeguard the interests of the subscribers as well as the directors themselves.