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From 6 April 2016, new rules came into force which requires UK companies to keep a register of individuals or legal entities that have control of them. The persons with significant control (PSC) regulations have their origin in a G8 initiative to increase transparency around company ownership, notably for the benefit of the investment community. However, as charitable companies, academy trusts and their trading subsidiaries are also caught.
The new regulations set out five conditions by which a person may have significant control over an organisation. One of these conditions covers those who control more than 25 per cent of a company or who control more than 25 per cent of a company's voting rights.
As Bishop Perowne CE College Academy Trust has no shareholders, the rules therefore apply to the members of the Trust. Where there are three members of the Trust, they would be deemed to hold more than 25 per cent of the voting rights and would therefore meet the definition of a Person with Significant Control. Bishop Perowne CE College Academy Trust has five members
|Name||Nationality||Country||Service Address||The date he or she became a PSC in relation to the company||Which conditions for being a PSC are met||Individual's information to be protected from public|
|Over 25% upto (and including) 50%||More than 50% and less than 75%||75% or more|
|Worcester Diocesan Academies Trust (Registration number - 07693683)||n/a||England||The Old Palace, Deansway, Worcester,