News story: People with significant control (PSC): who controls your company?

first_img over 25% up to (and including) 50% more than 50% and less than 75% 75% or more name date of birth nationality and country of residence correspondence address – known as the ‘service address’ home address (this must not be disclosed) the date they became a PSC of the company the date you entered them into your PSC register all natures of control which apply A PSC must meet one or more conditions known as the ‘nature of control’. Your register must show which conditions are met.How to identify people with significant control (PSCs)Most PSCs are those who hold: more than 25% of shares in the company more than 25% of voting rights in the company the right to appoint or remove the majority of the board of directors If the PSC has applied for protectionSome individuals might have applied to protect their PSC information from being published on the Companies House register.If a PSC has applied for protection, you should record this on your PSC register.Protection from disclosure applies from the date the application is made to us.If you elect to keep your PSC information at Companies HouseAlmost all information about your PSCs will be available to the public, including their full date of birth.The PSC’s home address will not be available to the public, unless it’s also used as their service address.You must give all PSCs 14 days’ notice. If there are no objections, we can hold your register.See our guidance on company registers.Inspection of your registerYour PSC register must be available for inspection at the company’s registered office, or single alternative inspection location (SAIL).Anyone can look at your register free of charge. You must provide copies on request – you can charge a maximum of £12 for each copy. If you do not have an online account with us, you’ll need to register for online filing.You can also send us PSC information using third-party software.Contacting your PSC You must not disclose the home address of your company’s PSCs. Your PSC register cannot be blank. You must try to identify and contact anyone who could be a PSC of your company.Refusing to provide PSC information is a criminal offence, and you can apply restrictions on their shares or voting rights. You must include the level of their shares and voting rights, within the following categories:center_img See the full PSC guidance for more information.Information in your PSC registerYour PSC register must contain information about all PSCs of the company.If this is not possible, you must put a statement in your register to explain why this information is not available. You should check your company’s register of members for information on shareholders and voting rights.Your company’s constitution and articles of association may also contain information on voting and other rights associated with ownership of shares in the company.Other significant influence or controlYour PSC might influence or control your company through other means. This could be directly, or on behalf of someone else.For example, someone may influence or control the actions of directors or shareholders.This condition will only apply in limited circumstances. The full PSC guidance has more information on the meaning of ‘significant influence or control’.If your company is controlled by a trust or firm without ‘legal personality’This condition will only apply in limited circumstances. You should read the full PSC guidance and seek professional advice if you think this applies to your company.If the trust or firm meets any nature of control, you’ll need to record all trustees or members/partners of the firm as PSCs of your company and register this information at Companies House.Recording your PSC informationYou must confirm certain details with your PSC, before you can record them in your PSC register. The details you’ll need are: Send your PSC information to Companies House. A person with significant control (PSC) is someone who owns or controls your company. They’re sometimes called ‘beneficial owners’.You must identify your PSC and tell us who they are. This might be you, or someone associated with your company. A company can have one or more PSCs.You must record their details on your company’s PSC register, and you’ll need to include this information when you set up (incorporate) your company.If you cannot identify your PSC, or do not have one, you need to tell us.Identifying your PSC This guidance only covers the most common case examples. For more complex cases, you should read the full PSC guidance and seek independent professional advice if necessary. Applying restrictions is a significant step. You should only consider this if the person has repeatedly failed to respond to your requests for information. If your PSC information changesYou must record any changes to your PSC information in your company’s PSC register, such as a change of personal details or nature of control. You must do this within 14 days of the change.You must send these changes to Companies House within a further 14 days. It’s easier to do this online. Failing to meet the requirementsIf you think your company has a PSC, but you do not have all their information, you should send them a notice.You could also notify any advisers to your PSC, such as their lawyers, accountants or business partners.Anyone who does not respond to these notices within one calendar month, or gives false information, commits a criminal offence. They could receive a 2 year prison sentence, a fine or both.Other company typesSee Life of a limited liability partnership (LLP) for PSC guidance for LLPs.Eligible Scottish partnerships do not need to keep their own register – but they must send their PSC information to Companies House.Scottish limited partnerships (SLPs) and Scottish qualifying partnerships (SQPs) cannot keep their register at Companies House or an alternative address.See the full PSC guidance for information on these business types.last_img read more

News story: New appointments to the ACMD

first_img Mohammed Fessal, chief pharmacist for Change, Grow, Live, and a pharmacist special advisor at the Care Quality Commission Professor Graeme Henderson, professor of pharmacology at the University of Bristol and trustee of the Bristol Drugs Project Professor Roger Knaggs, associate professor in Clinical Pharmacy practice at the University of Nottingham Dr Carole Hunter, lead pharmacist at the Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Dr Paul Stokes, clinical senior lecturer in mood disorders at King’s College London and honorary consultant psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Professor Matthew Sutton, professor of Health Economics at the University of Manchester. Professor David Taylor, director of pharmacy and pathology at the Maudsley Hospital, and professor of psychopharmacology at Kings College London. Experts in topics including pharmacology, pharmacy, and health economics have been recruited to help deliver the ACMD’s ongoing work.The ACMD is an independent body which makes recommendations to government on the control of dangerous or otherwise harmful drugs, including classification and scheduling under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and its regulations.The new appointees being announced today are: I am delighted to welcome the new members to the ACMD. Their depth of expertise will ensure the Council provides the best advice on the harms of drug misuse and I look forward to working with each of them. The 3 year appointments, which were approved by Home Secretary Sajid Javid and attract no remuneration, have been made in accordance with the code of practice of the Commissioner for Public Appointments (OCPA). The newly-appointed members take up their posts today. The Chair of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, Dr Owen Bowden-Jones, said:last_img read more

Chelsea star Ben Chilwell leaves England training camp with foot injury ahead of Denmark clash

first_imgChelsea star Ben Chilwell leaves England training camp with foot injury ahead of Denmark clash Advertisement Advertisement Chelsea left-back Ben Chilwell will miss England’s Nations League clash with Denmark (Picture: Getty)Ben Chilwell will play no part against Denmark after leaving England’s training camp with a foot injury. The 23-year-old Chelsea full-back missed England’s previous Nations League clash with Belgium after coming down with an illness and had been training alone at St George’s Park.Kieran Trippier started at left wing-back in place of Chilwell as Gareth Southgate’s side came from behind to beat Belgium at the weekend but the Atletico Madrid star has also left England’s camp due to a personal matter. Commentcenter_img The defender has been struggling with a pre-existing foot injury (Picture: Getty)According to Sky Sports, Chilwell’s foot injury is a pre-existing problem and the defender’s fitness now will be closely assessed by Chelsea ahead of an important few weeks for the west London club.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe Blues play host to Southampton when the Premier League gets back underway next weekend before kicking off their Champions League campaign at home to Sevilla.The absence of Chilwell and Tripper could see Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka make his first competitive start for the Three Lions.Saka played 76 minutes of England’s friendly with Wales last week as goals from Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Conor Coady and Danny Ings sealed a comfortable 3-0 win at Wembley. Saka made his England debut versus Wales last week (Picture: Getty)England captain Harry Kane is set to return to Southgate’s starting XI after recovering from a muscle injury.The Tottenham striker started on the bench for England’s 2-1 win over Belgium but came on as a substitute for Calvert-Lewin midway through the second half, shortly after Mason Mount’s winning goal.‘Well, medically, there’s been conversations, because that would always be the case,’ Southgate replied when asked whether he had spoken to Spurs about Kane’s fitness ahead of England’s clash with Denmark.‘He reported on the Sunday, we gave players that reported on Sunday, who weren’t involved in the Wales game for us, we gave them two days’ recovery.‘He started to train on the Wednesday, was a little unhappy with how he felt, so then worked with our medical team the next couple of days, we scanned just to be certain but it’s a muscular fatigue issue rather than an injury, so it just needed a bit more confidence.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘He knew by then he could push on a little bit, but he just needed a bit more confidence in it, and so his training week really wasn’t suitable to start the game.‘I think he’ll have gained more confidence from the spell he had against Belgium, and so all being well, we hope he’ll be good to start on Wednesday.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Joachim Low provides Timo Werner fitness update ahead of Germany’s clash with SwitzerlandMORE: Christian Pulisic assesses Chelsea’s title chances after summer transfer spree Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 13 Oct 2020 11:22 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link12.1kShareslast_img read more

Girls soccer Warriors, Northstars continue struggles

first_imgC-NS would get its own match against F-M 24 hours later, and it would prove even more lopsided as the Hornets had four goals by halftime and kept on going until it had beat the Northstars 7-0.The tough part for C-NS was figuring out which Hornets forward to contain. It couldn’t focus on Knych, who still had one goal and one assist, since Hodge and Lauren Clark both had two goals. TenEyck and Lindsay Coleman also found the net.Now Liverpool had to turn around and face Baldwinsville on Thursday night. When they first met, Hannah Mimas scored four straight goals in the second half to break up a scoreless duel as B’ville eventually prevailed 5-1. Overall, the Warriors did a better job on the defensive side in the rematch at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, but still lost, 2-0, twice victimized by Mimas, who converted off a feed from Simone Neivel late in the first half and then did so again midway through the second half, redirecting Neivel’s free kick.Then, in Saturday’s game against Christian Brothers Academy at Alibrandi Stadium, Liverpool played a scoreless first half and then converted in the second half thanks to Abby Brancato’s goal.Yet it still wasn’t enough as the Brothers prevailed 2-1, overcoming Burns’ four saves thanks to a pair of goals by Kennedy Paciaga as CBA netminder Emily Jones recorded seven saves.Meanwhile, C-NS was at Chittenango, who had started 7-0 before taking defeats to Westhill and Marcellus earlier in the week. And the Northstars would continue the Bears’ slide, prevailing by a 3-2 margin.Constant pressure forced Chittenango goalie Cassidy Kelly to make 20 saves. But C-NS saw Madelyn Jackson put in a pair of goals, with Juliana Marullo also finding the net, to offset goals by the Bears’ Madison Wagner and Sarah Martin.After a game Sunday against Athens (Pennsylvania), C-NS would have tests at Baldwinsville and Marcellus this week as Liverpool goes to West Genesee Saturday and hosts Rome Free Academy on Saturday. After a crowded week of girls soccer that included Cicero-North Syracuse defeating Liverpool head-to-head Sept. 19 at Archie Hall Stadium, things got a bit less crowded.The Warriors were back in action last Tuesday night, hosting defending sectional Class AA champion Fayetteville-Manlius, and could not contain the Hornets’ Hannah Knych in a 4-0 defeat.Three times, Knych found the net to earn a hat trick. Morgan Goodman had the other goal, with assists credited to Anna Hartzheim, Chloe Hodge, Sophia TenEyck and Lauren Farrella. Liverpool goalie Mikayla Perry finished with 10 saves. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: C-NSgirls soccerliverpoollast_img read more

LeBron James perfectly sums up social media mood after Odell Beckham Jr.’s Cleveland trade

first_imgLeBron James pretty much captured the mood after it came to light that Odell Beckham Jr. was headed to the Cleveland Browns in a blockbuster trade from the New York Giants.Shockwaves were sent through the world of American football, when the NFL Network reported that the three-time Pro Bowler will move to Cleveland in return for the Browns’ first-round and third-round picks in 2019, along with safety Jabrill Peppers. OH MY!!!! S*#% just got REAL!!A post shared by LeBron James (@kingjames) on Mar 12, 2019 at 7:35pm PDTBut the Los Angeles Lakers star was not the only one to react to the news, with Baker Mayfield, Jalen Ramsey and Dez Bryant among those to comment.Here’s the best of the social media reaction to a mammoth announcement.Odell Beckham Jr is headed to Cleveland and social media is abuzz View this post on Instagramcenter_img Local-boy James knows all about being a star in Cleveland having previously represented the Cavaliers in the NBA, and wrote “OH!!!! S*#% just got REAL!”.last_img read more

Football: Boro smash club transfer record for Assombalonga

first_imgLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Middlesbrough have broken their transfer record to sign striker Britt Assombalonga from second-tier Championship rivals Nottingham Forest for a fee in the region of £14 million (15.8 million euros, $18.2 million).Boro, who were relegated from the Premier League last season, are believed to have met a buyout clause in the 24-year-old’s contract.Assombalonga scored 14 goals in 33 games for a struggling Forest side last term and had also attracted the interest of Burnley, but Boro have got their man after outbidding the Premier League club.The fee surpasses the £12.7 million paid by the north-east club to Dutch side Heerenveen for Brazilian striker Afonso Alves in January 2008. “I can’t wait to get started and train with the boys,” Assombalonga told Middlesbrough’s club website.“There’s a good feeling around the place. From the minute I walked in it felt right.”The former Peterborough striker becomes Garry Monk’s fifth close-season signing since he took charge at the Riverside Stadium, following the arrivals of Martin Braithwaite, Jonny Howson, Cyrus Christie and Connor Roberts.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Female Burglar Charged in Three Two River Towns

first_imgA HIGHLANDS WOMAN was arrested last week and charged in three area towns for a string of vehicle break-ins and theft in those communities.Kimberly A. Campo, 27, Bay Avenue, Highlands, faces charges in Rumson, Little Silver and Shrewsbury for the burglaries and theft of items she allegedly discovered in the vehicles, according to representatives of the three police departments.Shrewsbury Police charged Campo with nine counts of burglary to automobiles, theft and credit card theft, according to Det. Sgt. Robert Turner. The Municipal Court judge set her bail at $15,000.Campo allegedly took items, mostly personal electronics such as GPS systems, iPods and the like, totaling approximately $826, Turner said.Rumson Police Chief Richard Tobias said Campo was charged with multiple offenses arising from a vehicle burglary occurring on in the early morning of March 15. Among the charges Campo faces here is burglary, three counts of forgery and two counts of credit card theft, with her bail set at an additional $12,500, Tobias said.In Little Silver, she was arrested and charged with five counts of burglary and three counts of theft from vehicle burglaries reported on Sunnycrest Court and Silverwhite Road area, according to Chief Daniel Shaffery. Her bail here was set at $15,000.Campo’s arrest occurred following a joint investigation among the three departments, department members said.Rumson police transported Campo to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Freehold, in lieu of bail, where she remains as of Tuesday.last_img read more

Ice shock league-leading Cariboo Cougars

first_imgCranbrook’s Korbyn Chabot, with a pair, Kadrian Klimchuk of Castlegar, Evan Gorman of Trail and Brendan Mckay of Trail also scored for Kootenay.Justin Almedia scored twice to lead the Cougars.Cariboo opened the two-game set Saturday with a 7-1 trashing of Kootenay.The Cougars led 3-0 after one period and 5-0 following two frames.Klimchuk scored the lone goal for the Ice.Solomon Burk of Castlegar and Jason Mailhiot of Trail played goal for Kootenay.The Ice return to action Saturday when the club host the South Island Royals at 12:30 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.Game two of the series goes Sunday at 8 a.m. in the NDCC Arena. The Kootenay Ice snapped a five-game losing streak in 2015 after surprising Cariboo Cougars 7-5 in BC Hockey Major Midget League action Sunday in Prince George.Shawn Campbell of Castlegar scored the winner with five minutes left in the game to secure the shocking victory over one of the elite teams in the BCMMHL.The Cougars lead the BCMMHL with a 12 point advantage over Vancouver Northwest Giants.Leading 5-2 after 40 minutes, Kootenay watched as the Cougars stormed back with three goals in a seven minute span to tie the game.However, Campbell scored an unassisted marker, and Aiden Browell added an empty net goal to lift the Ice to the hard-fought victory.last_img read more