All overseas entities on the Register of Overseas Entities must file an update statement every year. Read practical tips to help you file your statement.
Register of Overseas Entities
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.
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.
It’s been just over a year since the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act was introduced in Parliament and it’s been an incredibly busy year for us at Companies House. The Register of Overseas Entities came into force on 1 …
Time is running out for overseas entities to comply with the new Register of Overseas Entities requirements. Here's how to speed up the process.
31 January 2023 - the deadline when all overseas entities need to have registered with Companies House - is fast approaching. The new verification process takes time, so it’s critical that overseas entities register as soon as possible.
Following Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 was accelerated and rapidly passed. A key component was the new Register of Overseas Entities, along with other measures to combat financial crime. What is the Register …
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.
We’ve reached another significant milestone as the second statutory instrument (SI) has been laid in Parliament. Find out what this secondary legislation means and how we're working incredibly quickly to introduce the new Register of Overseas Entities.
We’ve reached a significant milestone as the first statutory instrument (SI) has been laid in Parliament. Find out what this secondary legislation means and how we're working at pace to introduce the new Register of Overseas Entities.