People with significant control (PSC): who controls your company?

How to identify and record the people who own or control your company.?

A person with significant control (PSC) is someone who owns or controls your company. They’re sometimes called ‘beneficial owners’.

You must identify your PSC and tell us who they are. This might be you, or someone associated with your company. A company can have one or morePSC.

You must record their details on your company’s PSC register and send us this information. If you can’t identify your PSC, or believe you don’t have one, you need to tell us why. The easiest way to do this is online.

Send us your PSC information online.

If you don’t already have an online account with us, you’ll need to register.

You can also send us PSC information using third-party software.