Letter to PSCs - Supplying Information
This Letter to PSCs regarding Supplying Information is a letter that a company may choose to send to its shareholders (and anyone else who may hold some level of control over the company), reminding them of their statutory duty under section 790G of the Companies Act 2006. This is the duty to supply information to the company if a person knows, or ought reasonably to know, that they are a registrable person in relation to the company and therefore require to be entered on the company’s PSC register.
Whilst companies must send a notice to those they know need to be registered, there may be shareholders (or others) the company thinks/assumes have a level of control that falls below the 25.1% threshold for registration on the PSC register and therefore the company has not sent that individual or legal entity a section 790D statutory notice. If, however, that person or legal entity does in fact have a registrable interest of more than 25%, that person or legal entity is under a duty to inform the company. This letter therefore seeks to remind all those related to the company of this obligation.
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