Read our latest blog to find out our former Regulator Ceri Witchard's highlights in her role as the Regulator of Community Interest Companies as she says a fond farewell.
Ceri joined Companies House in 2015. Ceri has a degree in mathematics from Cardiff University and started her career in the Intellectual Property Office (IPO), where she held a variety of different roles. She began as a patent examiner, and later became Head of Copyright Policy, implementing the Artists’ Resale Right Directive. More recently, she was Deputy Director for Innovation, where she was responsible for the IPO’s support for small businesses. Ceri's role as the Regulator of Community Interest Companies came to an end on the 13th September.
Read about the 'much awaited' online accounts facility now available to Community Interest Companies submitting ‘small’ CIC annual accounts. This is a significant development in the Regulators commitment to improve service delivery to CICs via digital services.
I am delighted to announce that the new online incorporation process for registering new community interest companies (CICs) went live on Monday 11th March 2019.
My name is Ceri Witchard and I became the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs) in September 2015.
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