The board can grant board members, the general manager or named employees the right to sign the company’s company name, cf. Section 6-31 of the Companies Act. Being able to sign the company’s name is often referred to as having the company’s signature, and means that you can commit the company externally. Whoever commits the company externally must in any case ensure that he has the necessary internal anchoring.
To assign a signature, it is therefore only necessary to hold a board meeting and create board minutes with dBot. However, this does not apply if the board’s opportunity to give a signature is limited in the articles of association (which is rarely the case).
The board’s decision to assign a signature must be registered both in the dCompany platform (the role register) and in the Brønnøysund registers.