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Voluntary Strike Off / Removing a Company from the Register

Voluntary Strike Off / Removing a Company from the Register

You have a company which you no longer need – what is the easiest way to close it down?

If a company has ceased trading or if it has never traded then the simplest (and cheapest) option to close down the Company is to have it “voluntarily struck off” the Companies Register.

How do I change my registered office?

How do I change my registered office?

The Registered Office of your Company needs to be recorded with the Companies Registration Office as this is where all Companies Registration Office correspondence and all formal legal notices will be sent to. Obviously it is extremely important that this record is kept accurate and any changes advised.

What is the Register of Beneficial Owners ("RBO") and what do I need to do?

What is the Register of Beneficial Owners ("RBO") and what do I need to do?

The Register of Beneficial Owners is a new Register which is to be kept by all Companies. Like a company’s other statutory registers (the register of directors, register of secretaries, register of members etc…) this register will need to be updated if any changes occur. The details of the beneficial owners of a company will need to be filed with the Central Register of Beneficial Ownership (“RBO”). This is an on-line portal only and can be found at https://rbo.gov.ie/.

The reason behind the RBO is to allow for the identification of the beneficial owners/controllers of the Company.