Gibraltar Companies House Goes Online
by Jason Gorringe, Lowtax.net, London
06 August, 2015
Gibraltar's company registry has concluded its internal changes and is now able to work almost entirely online, allowing users to file and search for documents and returns electronically.
Companies House has now introduced e-filing, enabling documents to be submitted electronically; enabled online inspection of documents, having scanned over 750,000 documents; and succeeded in joining the European Business Register together with all EU member states.
Fabian Picardo, Gibraltar's Chief Minister, said: "in all areas of Government we are working hard to meet the targets we have set ourselves for introducing eGovernment, as a means of becoming more efficient and effective. I am grateful to Companies House for the work they have carried out which enables us to meet that target and also ensure we meet another commitment we have made, which is to ensure compliance with our EU obligations. I am delighted that we continue to deliver on these promises across all sectors of our economy."
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