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Accounts: Report of the Directors

 

What does the Report of the Directors consist of?

The report is the section that is usually signed by the Chairman or the Directors andcontains details as follows:

  • The principal activities;
  • The Directors, i.e. directors of a list who have been involved in the business during the period covered by the accounts including resignations and retirements;
  • Share details;
  • The statement of directors responsibility and
  • Auditors

How can I use the information provided by the Report of the Directors?

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Why should I use the information provided in the Report of Directors?

The information should be used to confirm what is known about the business. Wheredifferences are found it should provide enough information to make further enquires aboutwhat the business activities are, who owns the business and who runs it.