Before filing your Confirmation Statement, you should check your company’s details. You must update your records if any information is incorrect or out of date. Some information can be updated during the filing of the Confirmation Statement, however others need to be made prior to filing.
Changes you must make before sending your Confirmation Statement
Before confirming your records are up to date, you must tell Companies House about changes to your:
- Directors and Secretary
- People with Significant Control (PSC)
- Company’s Registered Office address
Changes you can make when you file your Confirmation Statement
The Confirmation Statement has an additional information section. You can complete this if there have been changes to your:
- Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code
- Statement of capital
- Trading status of shares
- Exemption from keeping a PSC register
- Shareholder information
If nothing has changed
You must file a Confirmation Statement even if there have not been any changes to your company during the review period. This confirms that your records are up to date and the information Companies House hold is correct.