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A fully updated edition of the must-have Blue Book. With its combination of statutes, statutory instruments and the latest European legislation, this title is considered the essential reference work for corporate lawyers, accountants, company secretaries, tax advisers, regulators and students.
Legislation is printed as currently in force with all amendments, repeals and revocations, providing full assurance that you are advising clients accurately.
This edition covers new legislation implementing aspects of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, including in relation to the people with significant control register, applications to change an unauthorised registered office address and the removal of details of falsely appointed directors along with filing information and statutory fees submitted to the Registrar of Companies.
In addition, changes have been made to implement EU audit legislation, in particular concerning the rotation and retendering for statutory auditors of public interest entities. The preparation of annual accounts of limited liability partnerships and related matters has also been changed. The edition further covers changes to the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, including by the Bank of England and Financial Services Act 2016, along with new legislation