On the incorporation of a limited company, a company director is also appointed.
Almost anyone can be a director, as long as they are aged over 16, have not been declared bankrupt, have not been disqualified, and are not an auditor of that company. No formal qualifications are required either - however, there are some general statutory duties that need to be followed as outlined in the Companies Act 2006.
At Anderson Phillips, we can help you navigate the duties and responsibilities associated with being a director, by ensuring all paperwork is filed correctly, and that you are within the law.
To find out more, please contact Anderson Phillips today.