Who can act as a company director

Every company must have at least two directors. But who can act as one? The answer is almost anyone. There is no formal requirements to becoming a company director unless the articles of association of the company say different.

The following can NOT become directors

  • A body corporate (another company)
  • An undischarged bankrupt
  • The auditors of the company
  • Anyone disqualified by the courts from acting as a director
  • Its worth pointing out that directors have a lot of responsibilities and directors should always make themselves aware of them before signing.

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    1. David lawson
      David lawson says:

      If an Estate Management Company requires only the named leaseholders of the acumlitive properties,( hence shareholders) to be able to act as Directors and some property are owned by a company, who then can be a director?
      It cant be the property companies but can it be any other employee of the property owning company or nominee.

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