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Corporate Governance - BEIS Committee report

On 5 April 2017 the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee published its report on corporate governance in UK business, following a number of recent high profile corporate governance failures. The Committee has noted the existing reliance on the UK Corporate Governance Code (the Code) and the ‘comply or explain’ model of governance, as opposed to a more...
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The consequences of failing to pay the National Minimum or Living Wage

Failure to pay the National Minimum Wage - section 152 of the SBEEA 2015 The rates for the National Living Wage (for those aged 25 and over) and the National Minimum Wage change every April. From 1 April 2017, the National Living Wage increased to £7.50 per hour and the implications for employers who fail to pay are significant. The National Minimum Wage, and the Living...
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Why is the spotlight on limited partnerships?

In mid January 2017, the government announced a “call for evidence” on a review of the current limited partnership law. Within the same week, they released a revised draft legislative reform order amending the Limited Partnerships Act 1907. This reform will largely relieve private equity and venture capital funds, who favour LP structures, of certain administrative requirements. The...
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What are family investment companies and how do they work?

Family Investment Companies A tax efficient way to retain control over assets and pass them to the next generation We have helped with the incorporation and legal structuring of a number of family investment companies (FIC) recently. It is worth considering them as part of a strategy for inheritance, succession and wealth planning. Take the example of parents who...
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10 reasons why your business needs standard terms and conditions

  Every supplier selling goods and/or services needs standard terms and conditions of business for the following reasons: 1) Save time and expense Each time the supplier enters a contract to sell its goods or services, by having its own terms and conditions, it avoids the time and expense of creating a bespoke contract or having to rely on the terms...
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