Company Law - Something, Somewhere in the Companies Act

From time-to-time practitioners and accountants in industry and commerce come across company law issues which cause them to remember that there is “something, somewhere in the Companies Act 2006”. 

This course deals with such matters. The areas covered go beyond the routine accounts’ preparation and auditing requirements. The course represents a refresher of issues which indeed crop up from time to time. 


  • Directors – including who they are; corporate directors; numbers; appointment/removal; disqualification; duties; member approval; liabilities; and residential and service addresses 
  • Shareholders – including payment for shares; meetings and resolutions; PSC; minority protection/derivative actions; class rights; ABC shares; variation of class rights; and pre-emption rights 
  • Financial – including share premiums; dividends; reduction of share capital; purchase and redemption of shares; and financial assistance 
  • Procedural – including memorandum and articles; company names; changing from public to private and vice versa; registers; electronic filing; and SAIL 
  • Auditors – including appointment; signatures; cessation; access to working papers; and limited liability agreements 


The content for online courses predating 2024 may vary.

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