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.
Louise Smyth - Chief Executive and Registrar of Companies
Chief Executive of Companies House, and Registrar of Companies.
Read about our corporate plan for 2022-23 which outlines what will be one of the most significant years for Companies House since it was created in 1844.
The government has announced that new legislation will be brought forward to tackle economic crime. Find out what these measures mean for Companies House.
Members of our executive team tell us why Companies House is special to them. This is the last in a series of features where employees reflect on what makes Companies House a great place to work.
We've launched our strategy for 2020-25. Here, Louise discusses our strategic goals and explains why she's confident that we'll achieve our purpose of driving confidence in the UK economy.
Find out what the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act means for businesses and read about how we've adapted quickly to support companies during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Our Chief Executive, Louise Smyth, explains why a commitment to gender equality needs to come from the top.
Our Chief Executive, Louise explains what the government's proposed reforms could mean for the future of Companies House.
Our Chief Executive and Registrar, talks about the newly-launched Companies House transformation programme.
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