Searching for a director, shareholder, owner or committee member

Using the ‘Register Role Search’ tool, you can determine whether an individual is, or has been, a director or shareholder of a company, owner of a business name or on the committee of a charitable association.

There are two search options available.

1. Quick search

  1. Click on ‘Registry Services’, select the entity type, then click ‘Register Role Search’
  2. In the ‘Search For’ field, type in the name of the individual you are searching for (or company, in the case of a corporate entity director)
  3. Select the register it applies to (or select ‘All Registers’)
  4. Click on the ‘Search’ button to display the complete search results for your search criteria.
  5. A list of possible matches will be displayed on screen – you can click on any of these results to view the details of that company.

2. Advanced Search

  1. Click on ‘Registry Services’, select the entity type, then click ‘Register Role Search’
  2. Click on ‘Advanced’

Now you can customise your search in several ways. Only the fields marked with ‘*’ are compulsory.

Some examples of how you can customise your search are:

  • Role type – you can specify if you want to search for just directors, just shareholders, or both
  • Role status – you can specify if you want to search for roles that are ceased, active, or both
  • Entity type – choose specific types of interest e.g. local or overseas
  • Entity status – choose specific statuses of interest e.g. removed or dissolved companies
  • Province or municipality – you can also refine results by location\

Click here to make a role search now!

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