A PLC is a type of company used by larger companies, which has a share capital that can be offered to the public.
It is more stringently regulated than a Private Limited Company and is subject to many additional requirements, such as the provision of full accounts. All companies which become ‘listed’ to have their shares traded on the listed market must be Public Companies.
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