The Corporate Registers Forum is an association of international corporate registries.
The membership is open to government agencies and their officials responsible for the administration of body corporate registers (a register of companies for example).
The aim of the Corporate Registers Forum is to provide members with the opportunity to review the latest developments in corporate business registers internationally and exchange experiences and information on the present and future operation of corporate business registration systems.
If you work in a companies registry or business registry within a jurisdiction then we would encourage you to consider becoming a member of the CRF.
If you are the agency, ministry or department (normally a government body) within your jurisdiction responsible for the registration or incorporation of companies or businesses then you are eligible for membership.
We offer a network through which registry professionals can share ideas, benchmark their performance and practices along with gaining fast access to specialist experience.
Covid-19 Business Registry Case Studies
CRF Members have participated in a study on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Business Registries.
This is an international initiative in collaboration with our partner associations, the European Business Registry Association (EBRA), the International Association of Commercial Administrators (IACA) and the Association of Registers of Latin America and the Caribbean (ASORLAC).Read the Case Studies
July 8, 2021The Corporate Registers Forum (CRF) announces that Rosanne Bell, CRF President, will be stepping down from the… Read More
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