A question we often get asked is in theory a simple one to answer - namely “What is a charity governing document?”
If you have a limited company, you will know that it cannot be formed without both a director and a shareholder. However, once you have started business and you have got to the point of appointing subsequent new director(s), what do you need to do?
As with anything regarding company information it is important to ensure you file the details correctly, but there are other things you may want to consider.
Here we cover six things you should do when appointing a new director…
A growing number of businesses are appointing Advisory Boards to help them with strategic direction.
But what is an Advisory Board? We cover here what it is, why it is different to a Statutory Board and why you might consider appointing one for your business.
When you have a limited company, you may wish to appoint a company secretary, but what is the role of a company secretary and do you need one for your business?
Taking on the role of a charity trustee can be immensely rewarding, interesting and life-changing and Governance360 was built on the premise that managed well, Charities are absolutely at the heart of a well functioning society here in the UK.
If you have a limited company and you have decided to bring new directors or investors on board (ie new shareholders) you will most likely offer them new shares of the business.
When businesses are expanding they may look to raise finance is by issuing new shares, but how do you know if you can do this, and what do you need to do?
So – you are a director that understands what an advisory board is, and you have made the decision to create one.
Before then however you are probably seeking some practical advice on how exactly you go about creating one. Here we lay out 6 quick steps to creating an advisory board to get you started…
A registered office is an official address you will need to have if you have a limited company, but what is a registered office and what do you need to do if you change it? …
A cyber breach (or data breach) can be a considerable risk to your business. Sometimes businesses may not be aware that they have had a breach or that it is already impacting their clients.
Learning how to identify, plan for and deal with a cyber attack is important for protecting your business, here we share some top tips to help you manage the process…