Private company


Private company

Public limited company

PLC (ou Ple, plc), abréviation de Public limited company, placé à la fin du nom d'une entreprise irlandaise ou du Royaume-Uni, indique une entreprise dont les parts ont été vendues par un appel public à l’épargne.

Caractéristiques

Les caractéristiques de la PLC sont :

  • au minimum 2 actionnaires
  • un capital minimum de 50 000 livres (environ 72 886 euros, 30 000 euros en Irlande), entièrement souscrit avec obligation d’en libérer le quart
  • fonctionnement équivalent à celui de la Private Limited Company, mais un conseil d’administration composé de 2 administrateurs minimum au sein du board, personne physique ou personne morale, actionnaire ou non
  • des formalités administratives supplémentaires (trading certificate)
  • la présence d’un commissaire aux comptes (auditor)
  • la responsabilité des actionnaires limitée au montant des apports
  • le régime social et fiscal des salariés pour l’administrateur exerçant en plus de son mandat une fonction technique précise (exemple : managing director)
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