The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill is currently making its way through Parliament. This legislation will fundamentally change our role and purpose and give us the powers we need to play a more significant role in tackling economic crime.
The UK Export Academy is a free, online training programme designed to give UK businesses the confidence and know-how to grow sales of their goods and services in global markets. Here are 7 tips to help you grow your business around the world.
The Register of Overseas Entities has had a significant impact since it was launched in August 2022. Recent figures prove that the register is adding value and meeting its aim of improving corporate transparency. Find out more.
The Business Information Providers Association (BIPA) explains how credit reference agencies gather data on businesses, and how filing timely information with Companies House can help your company’s credit report.
Prototypes allow us to evaluate the designs of our services and decide if they're fit for purpose. Find out more about why we use them.
The Office of the Regulator of Community Interest Companies decides whether an organisation is eligible to become, or continue to be, a community interest company. Operational case manager, Lloyd, tells us about his role within the team.
The government has committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. Here are some helpful tips to support your business on the journey to net zero.
The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency (ECCT) Bill will give us the powers we need to improve the accuracy of information on our registers and to play a significant role in tackling economic crime. We're exploring how our new powers will be funded and what impact this will have on the fees we charge.
Since the Register of Overseas Entities was launched last year, we’ve been working hard to make improvements to the service. Here, we take a look at where we are now and give an update on the next phase of service development.
At Companies House we’re on a journey to make sure that our culture is people-led, with equality, diversity and inclusion forming an integral part of all that we do. We want to provide equal opportunities, and we’ve already taken positive steps towards creating an inclusive environment at the core of our organisational culture. Find out more about working for us.
As the nation celebrates the coronation of King Charles III, we take a look at how the Companies House register looked in past coronation years of our 179-year history. From the Edwardian era to Queen Elizabeth II, find out how the company register has changed over time