CRO Gazettes 2007

A European Directive has provided for certain requirements for publication of information in Iris Oifigiúil to be replaced by requirements to be published in an online CRO Gazette.

The Gazette includes the following lists in pdf format: New companies; change of name; annual returns received and registered; liquidations; foreign companies; other registered documents; strike offs; restorations.

Archived strike off notices
Please note that prior to 15 October 2004 all strike off notices were published in the Archived Strikeoff Notices of this website.

New Companies Christmas filing deadlines

NEW COMPANIES.

 

CHRISTMAS 2023 DEADLINE FOR

INCORPORATIONS, CHANGE OF NAME REREGISTRATIONS AND COMPANY NAME RESERVATIONS

 

The CRO cannot guarantee that submissions received after the dates set out below will be processed before the Christmas break.

 

Fé PHRAINN ONLINE SCHEME    12 DECEMBER 2023

 

A1 ORDINARY ON LINE SCHEME  7 DECEMBER 2023

 

CHANGE OF NAME                       8 DECEMBER 2023

 

REREGISTRATIONS                      8 DECEMBER 2023

 

COMPANY NAME                           

RESERVATIONS                             15 DECEMBER 2023

 

 

 

SPRIOCDHÁTAÍ NA NOLLAG 2023

 

Ní féidir leis an CRO a dheimhniú go bpróiseálfar aighneachtaí a fhaightear tar éis na dátaí atá leagtha amach thíos roimh shos na Nollag.

 

SCÉIM AR LÍNE Fé PHRÁINN

12 NOLLAIG 2023

GNÁTHSCÉIM A1 AR LÍNE

7 NOLLAIG 2023

ATHRÚ AINM

8 NOLLAIG 2023

ATHCHLÁRÚCHÁIN

8 NOLLAIG 2023

ÁIRITHINTÍ UM AINM CUIDEACHTA

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2023-11-01 CRO Gazette

CRO Gazette 1 November 2023


PPSNs for Peak Filing

The requirement for company directors to provide Personal Public Service Numbers (PPSN) came into force on 11 June 2023. After three months, the system has bedded in and the CRO has been able to identify some particular issues that presenters and directors may wish to address.

To take a typical day (26/09/2023), for example, there were a total of 1799 forms requiring a PPSN received by the CRO. Of these, 145 (8%) were returned by the online system. A further 372 were subject to offline scrutiny by CRO staff where a decision can be made on a close match of a director’s name.

The majority of returns were due to a fundamental failure to match a director’s name, PPSN and date of birth held by the Department of Social Protection (DSP). The CRO advises presenters to ensure that directors verify the information they are supplying before submitting forms to the CRO. In particular, it is important that the date of birth supplied to the CRO matches exactly with the date of birth on the DSP database.

It is also important to remember that a director may use a different name on the CRO register than that held by the DSP. For example, James O’Reilly may be registered with the CRO but the DSP may have Seamus O’Reilly on record. It is important therefore that as a first step, the director’s data on CORE should be checked to ensure that it is correct. The online CORE form has a field titled “Name registered with Department of Social Protection for PPSN purposes (if different)” and this should be filled in to avoid any delay in registering the form.

Where a director has been issued with a PPSN it is compulsory to use that PPSN when submitting a form to the CRO. Where a director does not have a PPSN but does have a Register of Beneficial Owners (RBO) number, then the RBO number can be used. If a director does not have either a PPSN or an RBO number the director can apply for an Identified Person Number (IPN) using the VIF form. The IPN is a number issued by the CRO to directors/beneficial owners who do not have a PPSN or an RBO number and can be used to file with either RBO or CRO. For further information on PPSN, RBO or IPN please see the CRO website PPSN - FAQ (cro.ie).  

If presenters have queries not dealt with on the CRO website these can be emailed to crodirectorid@enterprise.gov.ie.

As we approach the peak filing period the CRO recommends that presenters ensure that they have the full details in relation to the directors of companies well in advance of the company’s filing date. If it is necessary to apply for an IPN then that should be done as soon as possible in order to ensure that the IPN is issued in good time for the filing deadline. While the CRO will endeavour to deal with all IPN applications promptly, processing times will depend on the volumes of applications received so the earlier the application is made the better.

 

 

Tháinig an ceanglas ar stiúrthóirí cuideachta Uimhreacha Pearsanta Seirbhíse Poiblí (UPSP) a sholáthar i bhfeidhm ar an 11 Meitheamh 2023. Tar éis trí mhí, tá an córas leabaithe agus bhí an CRO in ann roinnt saincheisteanna ar leith a aithint a bhféadfadh gur mhian le láithreoirí agus stiúrthóirí dul i ngleic leo.

Chun gnáthlá a thógáil (26/09/2023), mar shampla, fuair an CRO 1799 foirm san iomlán a raibh UPSP ag teastáil uathu. Astu seo, thug an


2023-10-25 CRO Gazette

CRO Gazette 25 October 2023


Planned one hour downtime to Core and RBO from 5.30pm Tuesday 24 October

Planned one hour downtime to Core and RBO from 5.30pm Tuesday 24 October

CRO and RBO online systems will be unavailable from 17:30 to 18:30, Tuesday 24 October.

We would ask that you ensure to save all work that you are carrying out on the online systems before 17:30 Tuesday 24 October.

Apologies for the inconvenience caused.


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