Special Resolution to reduce share capital using the written resolution procedure (following a share conversion)
Written Resolution – Reduction of Share Capital (s.626)
If you want to reduce your company’s share capital following a share redenomination in accordance with section 626 of the Companies Act 2006, you must pass a special resolution in a general meeting or by written resolution and a printed copy of the resolution must be sent to the Registrar of Companies within 15 days of it being passed together with Form SH15.
This document is such a written resolution, which can be circulated to the shareholders of the company so that they can indicate their agreement to the resolution. If the resolution is to be passed at a general meeting of the shareholders, the document “General Meeting Minutes - Share Capital Reduction (s.626)” should be substituted for this Written Resolution.
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