The Company Law Review

The review’s final report marks the end of a three-year project aimed at devising a modern framework of company law to replace the current system, much of which was developed in the days of Queen Victoria.

Put together by a steering group consisting of business, legal and government experts, it makes a number of recommendations to simplify business law with the aim of reducing red tape for companies large and small. on the company law review

Abolish SME audit, says law review

Summary: The Company Law Review

Dilution threat to Company Law plans

Law review calls for deadline cut

Early legislation urgent for company law

CBI and SBS favour modernisation

Review calls for audit threshold hike

ICAEW welcomes help for entrepreneurs

Call for directors’ duties statement

Companies should publish ‘soft’ data

NAPF embraces law review

Shareholder rights boosted by review

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