CRF Welcomes Tim Moss as its new president

Tim Moss

Tim Moss has been elected as the new president of the Corporate Registers Forum. Tim is the Registrar of Companies for England and Wales and Chief Executive of Companies House. Tim is serving in an interim role as the first president of the CRF to be elected under the amended constitution adopted at the recent general meeting in Auckland. Tim will serve until the general meeting in Rio 2014. The amendment seeks to separate the role of president from that of conference host enabling the CRF to focus on strategy, growth and service to the membership.  Members input to moving CRF forward is valued, please email Tim or the Secretary your ideas and or feedback.

Tim is the 31st Registrar of Companies for the United Kingdom (a long line that first started back in 1844). Tim joined Companies House in 2002 and spent the first couple of years running the operations and compliance departments before moving into the role of Director of Corporate Strategy. In that role he had a wide portfolio of work including business strategy, corporate policy, marketing, internal audit, corporate communications as well as leading the work on moving to a fully electronic register and service transformation.

Before joining Companies House he spent 12 years in senior operational roles in manufacturing industry. He has a Natural Sciences degree from Cambridge University, an MBA from Swansea University and lives on a farm in South Wales.

CRF2013 Conference Materials and Survey

Official Delegate Photo CRF 2013

The CRF2013 Conference was a wonderful success.  We have received consistently pleasing feedback from participants as to their satisfaction with the event.

From the quality of the speakers, the venue and the generous hospitality of our New Zealand colleagues the overall response has been very positive.

Please take some time to record your specific feedback in order that the Executive Committee and our hosts for the 2014 event can build a relevant and useful conference for you.   If you were unable to attend we would be interested to learn why.

The survey is online here.

A comprehensive set of presentations, photos and other conference material is now available from the conference page.