Companies Registration Office – CRO
The Companies Registration Office (CRO) in Ireland operates under the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation. The CRO is the Irish Government body that looks after statutory information on Companies in Ireland.
We complete the registration forms and company constitution and submit to the Companies Registration Office to Incorporate your new Irish company.
Functions of the Irish Companies Registration Office
- Incorporate new Irish Companies and Register Business names
- Receive and register post-Incorporation company documents
- Registration of changes in business name particulars
- Provision of public statutory information on Irish companies.
- Enforce the Companies Act 2014 in relation to the filing obligations of Companies
- Enforcement, prosecution and striking companies off the register
Company Registration with the CRO
We file all applications for new companies swiftly allowing for companies to be incorporated and registered with the Company Registration Office within 5 days of the signed incorporation documents.
The company constitution document we submit to the CRO is pre-approved and the following changes can be made for each company:
- Company Name
- Shareholders and their shareholding
- Authorised Share Capital
- Witness and the date witnessed
No other alterations may be made to the constitution document once approved and retained at the CRO. Once the Irish company is Incorporated the constitution document can be changed with a special resolution.
Once your company is registered we will provide your with your company incorporation details and forward the certificate of incorporation and company formation package to you.
In dealing with various departments of the Companies Registration Office on a daily basis, we have the best contact details and procedures in place for seeking information from the Companies Registration Office regarding registration and post-registration matters.