An overused phrase at the moment but these are challenging times we are living in. Most importantly, we hope you, your family and your colleagues are safe and well. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on how companies operate and so survival, paying staff and keeping the business afloat are always the most
Posts Categorized: Company Formation
Everything keeps changing daily if not hourly! So we are glad to bring you some good news which was announced late yesterday afternoon (1st April 2020). The CRO are now providing a reduced service, which include company incorporations. They issued the following update on the website:- “Due to the restrictions put in place by the
The CRO have announced that they are unable to process submissions or answer queries due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are unsure yet how long this will last for (until the 14 April at a minimum) and what the impact will be on filing deadlines, company formations and other submissions. We will provide an update
Every January we highlight 10 company secretarial and company law points for directors and practitioners to consider and the 2020 list is below. RBO Filings Filing Annual Return Audit Exemption District Court Applications New CORE System Company Law Impact of Brexit Sole Director & Sole Shareholder Company Selling a Company Capping Value in a Company
The CRO cannot guarantee that submissions received after the dates set out below will be processed before the Christmas break. ORDINARY SCHEME 3 DECEMBER 2019 Fé PHRAINN SCHEME 9 DECEMBER 2019 A1 ON LINE SCHEME 13 DECEMBER 2019 CHANGE OF NAME 9 DECEMBER 2019 REREGISTRATIONS 9 DECEMBER 2019 COMPANY NAME RESERVATIONS 19 DECEMBER 2019
A simple yet important task is choosing a company name! CRO have strict rules regarding choosing a company name.
The Companies Act 2014 contains a new Part which contains for the first time the duties and responsibilities of a director and company secretary.
A company director is a person appointed, usually by the members of a company, to manage the company on their behalf.
All companies are required to have at least one member and depending on the company type, they may also hold shares in the company.
Every company is required to have a company secretary. If the company only has one director (LTD company) then the secretary must be different to the sole director.