Under section 19 of the Isle of Man Companies Act 1931, a Company may, subject to the approval of the name by the registrar, change its name by Special Resolution.

The Special Resolution can be passed in a general meeting but, for companies with a small number of shareholders it’s generally easier to pass a resolution in writing as this avoids the complications involved in formerly convening and holding a meeting. 

Step 1 – Download and amend – Members resolution – change company name (1931)

Step 2  – All shareholders should sign the resolution.

Step 3 – File a copy of the written resolution at the companies registry.