The PSC Register - ensure your business is compliant

The PSC Register - ensure your business is compliant

Offer available from December 01, 2016

This offer is provided by Myton Law.

As of 6 April this year all private limited companies and LLP’s are required by law to put in place and maintain a new statutory register, the Register of People with Significant Control, also known as the “PSC Register”.

The law relating to the PSC regime lays down stringent requirements and a fairly complex procedure in terms of assessing the position in relation to your business, gathering and confirming the necessary information and then creating and maintaining your PSC Register. Understanding of the detail remains limited and businesses which fail to properly comply with their obligations are in danger of being fined and, potentially, directors are at risk of being disqualified.

Special offer to Chamber members

Following a series of seminars, in conjunction with the Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce, on the PSC Register, Hull based commercial law firm Myton Law is offering a special discounted rate to Chamber members of £150 plus VAT for a one to one session in which we will advise you on how to put together your PSC Register, or if you have already done so, check that it is legally compliant. We will also advise you on your ongoing obligations in relation to the PSC Register. To book your session and ensure that your business is legally compliant, please contact Myton Law via one of the contact details below.

Tel: 01482 485020

Email: james.westwood@mytonlaw.co.uk

www.mytonlaw.co.uk

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