Is there a search for looking up the companies a director is a director of ?


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Just Wondering

Is there a search for looking up the ltd companies a director is a director
of ? i was wondering as a director linked to a company , shows he is a
director of 7 companies ,
how would i search for the other 6 companies ? i've had a quick look at
the companies house website , but nothing that seems to offeres a search of
this type.

Any one any info on this type of search or is it not possible ? other than
checking every single companys details.
 
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John Bishop

Just Wondering said:
Is there a search for looking up the ltd companies a director is a director
of ? i was wondering as a director linked to a company , shows he is a
director of 7 companies ,
how would i search for the other 6 companies ? i've had a quick look at
the companies house website , but nothing that seems to offeres a search of
this type.

Any one any info on this type of search or is it not possible ? other than
checking every single companys details.
I believe that getting a report from Companies Hosue on that company will
tell you the other directorships. If not, a Dun & Bradstreet report
certainly will.

John
 
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Andy Lord

Just Wondering said:
Is there a search for looking up the ltd companies a director is a
director of ? i was wondering as a director linked to a company , shows he
is a director of 7 companies ,
how would i search for the other 6 companies ? i've had a quick look at
the companies house website , but nothing that seems to offeres a search
of this type.

Any one any info on this type of search or is it not possible ? other than
checking every single companys details.
You want a Director's report from Companies House (costs about £5 I think)
or use one of the many online services such as
http://www.bizcheck24.co.uk/director/

Andy
 

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