Officers and Members of Company in UK Law

  • Who is Running British Manufacturing?
    • Nbr. 92-6, June 1992
    • Industrial Management & Data Systems
    • 13-16
    Reviews the “qualifications” of the main board directors in 55 of the UK′s largest manufacturing companies. Examines the performance of these companies to determine whether there is any possible as...
    ...... by better qualified chief executive officers tend to be more profitable. For over a decade, ... profiles of their existing "top team" members and company profitability. The UK Economy in 1991 ......
  • Valuing intellectual capital of innovative start‐ups
    • Nbr. 12-2, April 2011
    • Journal of Intellectual Capital
    • 179-201
    Purpose: The main purpose of this study is to contribute to the theory of intellectual capital (IC) with the new IC valuation method based on the economic value added (EVA®) concept as well as to p...
    ...... calculating fair share of an innovative company’sshareholdings. The method reflects the risk ... and their graphical representation, hence,members of the IC community who seek more practical ......
  • Money-laundering: Martin Nimmo explains the position of trust and company service providers under the UK Money Laundering Regulations 2007.
    • Nbr. 2008, April 2008
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Nimmo, Martin
    • Technical matters
    ......Members in practice have already been told that, unless they have arranged to be ... that match directors or secretaries to companies seeking such officers may also have to consider registering. . The largest group of CIMA members ......
  • The doctrine of piercing the corporate veil: Its legal and judicial recognition in Ethiopia
    • Nbr. 6-1, June 2012
    • Mizan Law Review
    • Endalew Lijalem Enyew
    • LL.B (Hawassa University), LL.M (Addis Ababa University)
    • 77-114
    Upon acquisition of legal personality a company enjoys certain attributes such as limited liability. While the separate legal personality of a company enables it to enjoy rights and assume obligati...
    ...... Upon acquisition of legal personality a company enjoys certain attributes such as limited ... obligations quite different from its members, the limited liability of shareholders refers to ... employees, common shareholders, common officers, centralized accounting, payment of wages by one ......
  • Attribution in Company Law
    • Nbr. 77-5, September 2014
    • The Modern Law Review
    In Bilta (UK) Ltd (in liquidation) v Nazir (No 2), the Court of Appeal held that the ex turpi causa defence was inapplicable by refusing to attribute the fraud of the directors and the sole shareho...
    ...... a legal personality separate and distinct from its directors and members. This principle can only be disregarded under very exceptional ......
  • Ignorance of the law is no excuse for company directors Attorney General's Reference No. 1 of 1995
    • Nbr. 5-1, January 1997
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 73-77
    Section 3(1) of the Banking Act 1987 stipulates that:
    ......, should extend behind the corporate veil to reach directors and officers. In the complex regulatory age in which we live, with a myriad of specific ... above apply not just to directors and officers but also to members where the affairs of the company are managed by the members.5 It is not as ......
  • Criminal Liability under the Insolvency Act 1986
    • Nbr. 51-2, May 1987
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
    ...... nature which come to light in company liquidations (see s. 218 of the I.A., ...-where the company itself, its officers or others omit to state on invoices, ... by directors A sine qua non to a members’ voluntary winding up of a company is, ......
  • Doing ‘dirty work’: Stigma and esteem in the private security industry
    • Nbr. 13-3, May 2016
    • European Journal of Criminology
    This article draws upon two different ethnographic studies – one based in Sweden, the other in the United Kingdom – to explore how private security officers working in a stigmatized industry constr...
    ...... – to explore how private security officers working in a stigmatized industry construct and ...As members of a tainted occupation, security officers employ ... for what we shall call Protector Security Company. The second site, ‘Entertainment Studios’, ......
  • Honorary officers elected.
    • Nbr. 2006, February 2006
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • INSTITUTE UPDATE - Elections of presidents at Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
    ......He was previously the principal of NXFD, which specialised in company growth, globalisation, strategic positioning and relationship management. ...Since then, his roles have included chairman of the membership committee, vice-chairman of the marketing committee, chairman of the ......
  • Intellectual capital of a board of directors and its elements: introduction to the concepts
    • Nbr. 17-4, October 2016
    • Journal of Intellectual Capital
    • 632-653
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to define the contribution of intellectual capital (IC) of the board of directors (BDs) in generating IC of a company, to develop a definition of the IC of the...
    ...... of directors (BDs) in generating IC of a company, to develop a definition of the IC of the BDs, ..., skills, and experience of board members,etc.), and social capital (relationships and ... on the board, who are chief executive officers (CEOs) in othercompanies. Fahlenbrach et al. ......
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