Company Conversion Companies Act 2014 

Company Conversion New Companies Act 2014

How to convert your exiting limited company in accordance with the New Companies Act 2014.

The new Companies Act 2014 introduces name changes to a number of company types. It also sets out a “conversion” process required for all existing private companies limited by shares (EPCs) into one of two new company types. The new Companies Act consolidates all the Companies Acts from 1963 to 2013, and introduces two new company models, namely

(a) LTD (the LTD company) a much simplified company type

(b) DAC (Designated Activity Company).

All companies currently registered as the “Private Limited by Shares” company type must choose to convert to one of these two new company types - LTD (Private company limited by shares), or DAC (Designated Activity Company) under the new Act.

There is a transition period from June 1st 2015 within which to make the conversion.

How you effect a Company Conversion from one type of company to another will depend on a umber of factors. Business & Company Formations company secretarial staff have many years experience of dealing with the complex drafting, preparation and administration of Company Conversion documents. BCF's company secretarial assistance and guidance with regard to Company Conversions is regularly sought by leading accounting and law firms and on behalf of their clients.

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