Moving with the times

A generation of businesses - whether entrepreneurs, owners or directors - have abided by the rules and regulations covered under the Companies Act 1985, which deals with issues such as expected levels of behaviour and execution of their duties on a day-to-day basis.

However, this Act is on the verge of being replaced with new legislation that defines key changes affecting companies in a clearer and easier to understand format. By default, the Companies Act 2006 is set to become the reference for

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