NSAC Funding and Legal Status

NSAC Funding

The NSAC is funded by annual fees from its members, a contribution from the relevant Member States and a maximum contribution of €250,000 from the European Commission.

You can view the NSAC 2016/17 budget by downloading this document. NSAC Budget App 2016-17 (V3)

Audited accounts for previous years.

NSAC Audited Accounts 2014/15 North Sea Advisory Council full accounts 201415
NSAC Audited Accounts 2013/14  Final accounts 160215
NSRAC Financial Report to EC 2012/13 (audited accounts) NSRAC 31 October 2013 Full Accounts
NSRAC Financial Report to EC 2011 /12 (Year end report); NSRAC 2012 signed accounts


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Legal Status

NSAC is a not for profit organisation, a company registered in Scotland, Limited by Guarantee (Registration number SC273169).

NSAC is a body pursuing an aim of general European interest, as set out in European Council Decision 2007/409/EC of June 2007 amending Decision 2004/585/EC establishing Advisory Councils under the Common Fisheries Policy.

Company Directors are;

Niels Wichmann, Danish Fishermen PO
Michael Park, Scottish Fishermen’s Association
Erik Lindebo, Environmental Defense Fund
Guus Pastoor, EU Fish Processors Association

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