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A director who is in any way, directly or indirectly, interested in:
a proposed transaction or arrangement with the company of which they are a director, or
a transaction or arrangement that has been entered into by the company of which they are a director,
must declare the nature and extent of that interest to the other directors in accordance with the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006), subject to certain exceptions. For further information, see Practice Note: Declaration of a director's interests—the statutory provisions. For guidance as to when a director has an interest that must be declared, see Flowcharts: Declaration of a director's interests—proposed transaction or arrangement and Declaration of a director's interests—existing transaction or arrangement.
Some or all of the statutory provisions relating to the declaration of a director's interests may also apply to other companies and entities, but this issue is outside the scope of this Practice Note. In addition, there may be other rules relating to a company’s obligations in relation to the declaration of a director's interests that apply a listed company, an AIM company or a company with securities that are listed on the AQSE Main Market, AQSE Growth Market or AQSE Trading (formerly NEX Exchange Main Board, NEX Exchange Growth Market and NEX Exchange Secondary Market), but these are outside the scope of
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