Company secretary's handbook 11th edition
The ICSA Company secretary's handbook is an authoritative guide to all areas of company secretarial practice, this edition has been updated to cover changes to the UK Corporate Governance Code and the FCA Handbook, changes in auditing practice following the EU Audit Regulation and Directive, implementation of the EU market Abuse Regulation, and the introduction of the Register of Persons of Significant control. Detailed commentary is accompanied by over 80 precedents.
13. Share issues
Appendix 1: Model Articles of Association
Appendix 2: The UK Corporate Governance Code
Appendix 4: Statutory forms and filing periods
Appendix 5: Sensitive words
Appendix 6: Recommended retention periods for documents
Practical tools and customisable content
This publication includes the following customisable content:
Precedent 2 - Pro forma directors' resolution to convene general meeting
Precedent 3 - Pro forma general meeting minute
Companies Act 1985 Table A - regulations for management of a company limited by shares (model articles)
Destination table: Table A (1985) – Model Articles for Private Companies Limited by Shares (2008)
Model articles - Interim Table A for private companies
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