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Significant control

Significant control

One of our clients' holds shares (more than 25%) on bare trust for someone else (over 18). The reason is confidentiality.

The company clearly need to keep a register of shareholders with significant control, and the beneficiary will be on it , but is that document public under the new rules for the Annual Return replacement

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01st Mar 2016 16:14

Yes it's public information. From 6 April it must be entered on the Register of People with Significant Control, which is kept by the company, and available for inspection on request.

 

Then as from 30 June it will need to be included on the Confirmation Statement (replacement for the Annual Return) and will be available to anyone looking at Companies House.

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