What is ‘Group Structure’ and what does it look like in a Company Credit Report?

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The Fully Comprehensive Company Credit Report – available for just £5.45 – includes an area dedicated to (amongst various other things) the company ‘Group Structure’. In this post we shall look at what the Group Structure is and show you exactly what it looks like from an open report.

What is a Group Structure?

The Group Structure shows the ownership of different companies when they hold shares in each other. For example, if Company 1 held shares in Company 2 ,Company 2 would appear in Company 1’s Group Structure. The date of the company’s last set of accounts are shown too.

Here’s what Group Structure looks like in a Company Credit Report


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Mathew Aitken

is Head of Content at at Made Simple Group. This entails overseeing Made Simple Group's blogs (five in all!) and any other content we happen to be producing. In his spare time Mathew is an avid film-goer, TV-watcher and Tottenham Hotspur-endurer.

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