Some points to note from this document:
1) This is the electronically filed document that originated from Madeleine's Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned Limited,
2) Gerry McCann was appointed a director on 12/11/2008, yet, despite promising that Madeleine's Fund would be 'entirely transparent', this information has never been disclosed,
3) Instead of satisfying the Companies House requirement to state his 'usual residential address', Gerry has used his work address of Glenfield Hospital. Are Glenfield Hospital aware of this? Presumably so, as Gerry's boss at Glenfield, Douglas Skehan, is also on the board of directors.
In essence, what we have here is a public hospital with Trust status - funded by the tax payers of this country - being used as the residential address of a director of a privately run business.
4) There is no authorising director listed and no accompanying signature. So, who approved Gerry McCanns' election to the board of a fund of which he, and his family, are direct beneficiaries? What assurance is there that Gerry hasn't simply nominated himself?
Director address confidentiality parliament.uk
There is provision for an individual's address to remain confidential if a Confidentiality Order is granted under the provisions of Section 723B of the Companies Act 1965, as follows:
45. - (1) The Companies Act 1985 shall be amended as follows.
(2) After section 723A there shall be inserted-
723B. - (1) Subject to the provisions of this section, an individual may make an application under this section to the Secretary of State where the condition in subsection (2) is satisfied.
(2) That condition is that the individual-
(a) is or proposes to become a director, secretary or permanent representative of a relevant company; and
(b) considers that the availability for inspection by members of the public of particulars of his usual residential address creates, or (if an order is not made under this section) is likely to create, a serious risk that he or a person who lives with him will be subjected to violence or intimidation.
(3) Where, on an application made by an individual under this section, the Secretary of State is satisfied that the availability for inspection by members of the public of particulars of the individual's usual residential address creates, or (if an order is not made under this section) is likely to create, a serious risk that the individual, or a person who lives with him, will be subjected to violence or intimidation, he shall make an order under this section ("a confidentiality order") in relation to him.
(4) Otherwise, he shall dismiss the application.
in McCann Files, 10 April 2009