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9.30am - 11.30am
We are pleased to invite you to our second breakfast club of 2017 in Exeter.
The spotlight this time will be on recent developments in company law and regulation, focusing on the new PSC regime and Modern Slavery Act 2015 requirements. We will provide an introduction to:
the new PSC regime - since 6 April 2016 most UK companies and LLPs have been required to keep and maintain an additional statutory register - a register of persons with significant control (PSCs) – and take reasonable steps to identify who their PSCs are. We will update you on what these requirements may mean for you in practice (and the consequences of failing to comply), how you determine whether someone is a PSC and what information you must include in your register and file at Companies House
the requirements of Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 - Section 54 came into force in October 2015 – it requires certain commercial organisations to publish a slavery and human trafficking statement in respect of each financial year. We will discuss whether this requirement can apply to local authorities and outline what needs to be done in order to comply.
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1 Manor CourtDix's FieldExeterDevon EX1 1UP
Professional Development Lawyer
Emma Grant specialises in providing support to all fee earners in the Business Services department on training, precedents, know-how and compliance issues.
Lynne Rathbone specialises in general corporate and commercial matters for or with public sector bodies, including joint ventures, outsourcing, commercial contracts, shareholders agreements, company law, corporate structures and governance.
This event relates to competences A and B of the SRA's statement of solicitor competence. The SRA no longer requires training providers to be accredited for CPD purposes. Please let us know if you require a certificate of attendance.
For those not regulated by the SRA you may wish to check with your regulatory body whether this can count towards your CPD requirements.
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