The Company Law Reform Bill simplifies existing law and makes directors more accountable

Alexopoulos, Ioannis
December 2005
Lawyer;12/5/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 47, p20
Trade Publication
The article explains that the Company Law Reform Bill which has been placed before the British Parliament on November 3, 2005 will simplify current law and makes directors of corporations to be more accountable. It is being praised for eliminating outdated rules and providing an annual savings for businesses of 250 million pounds sterling.


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