Tag: Criminal offences

 

Ramifications for getting directors’ disclosures wrong

Author: Sarah Hawes, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Business risk, Governance
Tags: Criminal offences, Directors disclosures, Disclosure and Transparency Rules, Listing Prospectus
Well it can be a criminal offence for both the company and the director and any other officer, so including company secretaries if certain information is not made available to the Registrar of Companies, acting through Companies House. Similarly a company or an individual director of a listed company could be publicly or privately censured [...]
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