Every day Irish companies communicate with third parties through email, letter, and through visits to their websites.
In doing so many of these companies are unknowingly in breach of the provisions of the Companies Act 2014. Care should therefore be taken to ensure that such breaches do not occur and what follows is a synopsis of what you need to know.
The following particulars must be shown on all business letters of a company and are also required to appear on order forms of limited liability companies:
All company's which have a website must disclose the same information that is required to be displayed on letters and order forms. If this information is not included on the company’s homepage, there must be a visible link on the company's homepage which will redirect to this information.
If you require assistance or more information on your company’s disclosure obligations, please contact a member of our Company Secretarial department who will be happy to assist in ensuring that all of your communications comply with the new requirements under the Companies Act 2014.
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