Controller

The term “controller” in this form defines an individual or a legal entity with “significant interest” or “significant control” over the company.

Controller defined based on Significant Interest

To be defined as a controller with significant interest in a company, the individual must have:

  • for companies with share capital
    • interest in more than 25% of the shares
    • shares with more than 25% of total voting power in the company
  • for companies without share capital
    • right to share in more than 25% of the capital or profits of the company

Controller defined based on Significant Control

To be defined as a controller with significant control in a company, the individual must have:

  • the authority to appoint or remove directors who hold a majority of the voting rights at directors’ meetings;
  • more than 25% of the rights to vote on corporate matters that are to be decided by votes of members of the company; or
  • the authority to exercise significant control or influence over the company.