Directors and Shareholders

Directors and shareholders can have different roles within a limited company. Shareholders own the business and directors run it. However, the same person can be both a shareholder and director, meaning that you can form and manage a limited company alone because in the UK you only need one shareholder and one director to form a limited company.

If you need to speak a specialist solicitor who deals with director/shareholder matters, please send an email with your name, contact information and brief details as to the nature of your issue to disputeresolution@afglaw.co.uk and one of our team will be able to help you.

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Directors and shareholders can have different roles within a limited company. Shareholders own the business and directors run it. However, the same person can be both a shareholder and director, meaning that you can form and manage a limited company alone because in the UK you only need one shareholder and one director to form a limited company.

If you need to speak a specialist solicitor who deals with director/shareholder matters, please send an email with your name, contact information and brief details as to the nature of your issue to disputeresolution@afglaw.co.uk and one of our team will be able to help you.