Brønnøysund Register Centre

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Brønnøysund Register Centre
Government agency
Industry Register
Headquarters Brønnøysund, Norway
Area served
Norway
Key people
Erik Fossum (Director)
Parent Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry
Website brreg.no

Brønnøysund Register Centre (Norwegian Bokmål: Brønnøysundregistrene, Norwegian Nynorsk: Brønnøysundregistra) is a Norwegian government agency that is responsible for the management of numerous public registers for Norway, and governmental systems for digital exchange of information. The agency is responsible for development and operation of Altinn, a national portal for digital communication between state, businesses and inhabitants. The agency also maintains the Norwegian metadata repository SERES and ELMER, a standard for the design of web forms. The register gets its name from the town Brønnøysund in Nordland where it is located.

Most of the registeres are related to commerce, but also personal registers are conducted by Brønnøysund. The register is part of the European Business Register and is led by Erik Fossum. The registry is a subsidiary of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry.

Registers[edit]

  • Entity Registry
  • Register of Business Enterprises
  • Disqualified Directors Register
  • European Business Register
  • Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) Register
  • Lottery Register
  • Register of Company Accounts
  • Register of the Reporting Obligations of Enterprises
  • Register of Mortgaged Moveable Property
  • Register of Bankruptcies
Brønnøysundregistrene
  • Register of Marriage Settlements
  • Register of Private Debt Amnesty
  • Register of Political Parties
  • National Fee Collection Office
  • Norwegian Register of Hunters
  • Central Marketing Exclusion Register
  • Voluntary Register of Complementary Practitioners

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