How to do Director Search in UK?

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When someone becomes a UK limited company director, certain  information about them becomes publicly available for anyone to see.
This information can come in particularly handy if you’re looking into  going into business with an individual who is already a company  director.
At Company Search MadeSimple we can provide free UK company directors
searches. Here’s how to complete a search and the information that you
can get once your director search is complete.

  1. Visit Company Search MadeSimple
  2. In the search box select the ‘UK Director (FREE)’ tab and enter the
    name of the director that you wish to complete a search on — select
    ‘Search’
  3. You will be presented with a list of directors who match your search
    query, click on the name of the correct director (the nationality and
    age are provided to help you find the correct one)
  4. You’ll be directed straight through to the company director report where you’ll find:
  • The director’s full name
  • Title
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • Address
  • Directorships held
  • Previous directorships held

You also have the option to ‘see the bigger picture’ by clicking on the company names in the ‘Directorships held’ and ‘Previous  directorships held’ fields, as this gives you the option to purchase a company credit report on these companies.

You can also download the report as a PDF.

Interested in finding out more? Visit Company Search MadeSimple for more information on how we can help you make smart business decisions.

Originally published at trafficgo.co/ o

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n August 3, 2016.

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