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Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: New Clause 8 - Disqualification for persistent breaches of companies legislation: GB (24 Jan 2023)

Rosie Winterton: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Government new clause 9—Disqualification on summary conviction: GB. Government new clause 10—Disqualification for persistent breaches of companies legislation: NI. Government new clause 11—Disqualification on summary conviction: NI. Government new clause 12—A limited partnership’s registered office: consequential amendments....

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: New Clause 8 - Disqualification for persistent breaches of companies legislation: GB (24 Jan 2023)

Rosie Winterton: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Government new clause 9—Disqualification on summary conviction: GB. Government new clause 10—Disqualification for persistent breaches of companies legislation: NI. Government new clause 11—Disqualification on summary conviction: NI. Government new clause 12—A limited partnership’s registered office: consequential amendments....

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: New Clause 51 - Registration requirements: UK-based assets held by overseas entity (24 Nov 2022)

Stephen Kinnock: According to our interpretation, schedule 2 of the 2022 Act is unclear about whether a company would be required to disclose the ultimate beneficial owner of any property owned by that company. Our worry is that there is a loophole in the law that talks about the beneficial owner but does not give us the tools to obtain disclosure of who is the ultimate beneficial owner of the property. In...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 148 - Direct disclosures of information: no breach of obligation of confidence (22 Nov 2022)

Seema Malhotra: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairship, Mr Paisley, and to speak to this rather large group. I thank the Minister for his comments, which I find reassuring. I will deliver my own remarks for the record, but his comments, particularly on our amendment 167, were helpful. This important group of clauses and amendments relates to supporting disclosures to prevent, detect or investigate...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 66 - Allocation of unique identifiers (8 Nov 2022)

Seema Malhotra: The clause expands the existing powers of the Secretary of State to allocate individuals who have had their identity verified with unique identifiers, which are reference numbers used by the registrar to help to identify people. That is of course a welcome step but, following an earlier debate in Committee, there are three key issues that we touched on which I want to explore further: can we...

Public Bill Committee: Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Clause 50 - Abolition of local registers etc (3 Nov 2022)

Alison Thewliss: Broadly, I support clause 66. The amendments are not to that clause, but to schedule 2, to tighten it up and to improve it in any way we can. I accept what the Minister says. Labour, too, has an amendment to tighten the provisions, and I dare say I will support that as well, when we get to that stage, because all such amendments are to press the Government to tighten things up and to improve...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: New Clause 8 - Disclosure orders (18 Oct 2022)

Holly Lynch: It is always a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Gray. I also welcome hon. Members back to the final day of the Committee. We welcome new schedules 1, 2 and 3, and hope that they will reflect the complex and evolving nature of state threats, and the significant technical and financial resources that provide the capability for sustained hostile activity. For too long, our police...

Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Bill - Committee: Amendment 1 (14 Mar 2022)

Lord Callanan: .... I do not disagree with the sentiments of a lot of what has been said. I say to the noble Lord, Lord Coaker, that I absolutely appreciate the points that he has made. This is a very complicated and technical area of law, and I assure noble Lords that we have gone into it in great detail. This morning, I met my noble friend Lord Wolfson, who is a trusts expert, to go through the...

Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Bill: Clause 1 - Overview (7 Mar 2022)

Paul Scully: I thank all hon. Members who have spoken in this important debate for their constructive approach to this important legislation, and for their engagement prior to today as well. Let me quickly whip through as many of the points that have been raised as possible. The right hon. Member for Birmingham, Hodge Hill (Liam Byrne) talked about SLAPPs. The Deputy Prime Minister made a call for...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: New Clause 1 - Freeport tax site reliefs: provision about regulations (2 Feb 2022)

Eleanor Laing: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Government new clause 3—Public interest business protection tax. New clause 2—Review of impact of section 25 (Tonnage tax) ‘(1) The Chancellor must review the impact of the changes made by section 25 of this Act (Tonnage tax), and lay a report of that review before the House of Commons, within 12 months of that section coming...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 27 - Application of section 124 of TIOPA 2010 in relation to diverted profits tax (1 Dec 2021)

Lucy Frazer: ...of dividends. One of the reasons that I pointed out was to ensure that people did not take advantage of being paid by a company through dividends rather than paying income tax. New clauses 7 and 14 seek to require the Chancellor to publish a review on the impact of clause 85. New clause 7 would require the commissioning of an independent assessment of the information published by HMRC...

Criminal Finances Bill - Second Reading (9 Mar 2017)

My Lords, I will address the corporate liability aspects of the Bill, and therefore declare my interests in the register, in particular as a company director of companies large and small. I welcome the Bill, but it should go further to establish transparency on the beneficial ownership of companies in overseas territories, to enable corporate liability over a wider range of economic crimes in...

Criminal Finances Bill: Failure to Prevent an Economic Criminal Offence (21 Feb 2017)

Natascha Engel: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: New clause 3—Failure to Prevent an Economic Criminal Offence (No. 2) “(1) A relevant body (B) is guilty of an offence if a person commits a economic criminal offence when acting in the capacity of a person associated with (B). (2) For the purposes of this clause— “economic criminal offence” means one of the following—...

Crime and Courts Bill [HL]: Committee (7th Day) (30 Oct 2012)

Lord McNally: First, I thank the House for its understanding. I am sure that your Lordships will not find when you wake up tomorrow morning that you have cleared the Bill at all its stages and that it will not be coming back. It was a slightly unusual procedure and I am very grateful to the House for its co-operation on it. I hope that once people have had a chance to look at Hansardand see the new shape...


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