Register of People with Significant Control (PSC)

What is this?

A document that will allow you to meet your duty to maintain a Persons of Significant Control Register.

Why do I need it?

Failing to provide accurate information on the PSC register is a criminal offence which could result in a fine and / or a prison sentence of up to two years. In order to meet the requirement, an officer of your company needs to:

  • Identify the people with significant control over the company and confirm their information;
  • Record the details of the PSC on the company’s own PSC register;
  • Provide this information to Companies House as part of the annual Confirmation Statement (formerly the Annual Return); and
  • Update the information on the company’s own PSC register when it changes, and update the information at Companies House when the next Confirmation Statement is made.
What’s the process?

We will help you identify PSC’s, and record the details on a suitable register in an editable format so that you can comply with the duty to update the register.

What do I do next?

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