The timing may be tough but failing to file beneficial ownership details will be much tougher!
Posted by Kathryn Maybury on Wednesday, 18 November 2020
A post by Kathryn Maybury | Managing Director | KOMSEC Limited | Company Secretarial Services | Corporate Governance | Compliance |
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Just to add to the joy of working from home and all its attendant pleasures companies are now starting to receive notices of non-compliance for failing to file beneficial ownership details with the Central Register of Beneficial Ownership!
The timing may be tough but failing to file beneficial ownership details will be much tougher.
All companies incorporated in Ireland must file beneficial ownership details with the Central Registry. Failure to comply is an offence leaving both the company and its directors liable to:
(a) on summary conviction Class A fine (up to €5,000); or
(b) on conviction on indictment Fine not exceeding €500,000.
If you do nothing else this week at least check if your company has filed, and if not, get the ball rolling asap.
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