Companies Registration Office (Ireland)

Companies Registration Office (Ireland)

The Companies Registration Office (CRO) (Irish: An Oifig um Chlárú Cuideachtaí) registers and incorporates companies in the Republic of Ireland as well as filing their annual returns.

The CRO has a number of core functions:

The incorporation of companies. The receipt and registration of post incorporation documents. The enforcement of the Companies Acts in relation to the filing obligations of companies. Making information available to the public.

It also registers the names of businesses which are non-limited trading entities such as sole traders and partnerships.

It also has the Office of the Registry of Friendly Societies which registers Industrial & Provident Societies, Friendly Societies and trade unions.

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