Imagine if your business and your home were prone to unreliable, intermittent electricity connections with regular outages not caused by a lack of available electricity (that is another story) but merely due to inadequate national network infrastructure. Surely unthinkable in the 21st century. Read more
Further to our recent article, “Does your Company Paperwork reflect your Company Practice?” this article tackles another fundamental aspect of company administration; the preparation of board minutes. Read more
The ‘constitution’ of a company or LLP is the Memorandum and Articles of Association (“the Articles”). These set out how the company is to be managed on a day to day basis and typically include provisions covering decision-making by Directors, conducting Director and Shareholder meetings and the process to transfer... Read more
The Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca hit the headlines for a few days in early April following a major leak of data to a German newspaper showing that complex corporate structures were created in a bid to conceal the identity of the ultimate owner. Read more
In our article “The Changing Face of Company Administration” of June this year we discussed the adoption of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 and the changes it would introduce to the company administration regime. Read more
The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 introduced earlier this year aims to enhance the UK’s position in the global market as a trusted place to conduct business with a range of opportunities for small businesses. Read more
It is scarcely credible that this summer will see twenty one years having passed since the firm of Mackinnons first purchased the old TSB Bank and the bank manager’s flat at 377/379 North Deeside Road, Cults.