Yes, you can buy in a company name but you will need to provide extra information in order to so. Firstly, bring along with you a letter of authority on company letterhead, signed by a director or officer of the company confirming you have authority to act on behalf of the company. You will also need to provide the company registration number and registered address. This is in addition to the personal ID in the same form as all other buyers and the auctions team will also carry out other verification checks which may include electronic ID verification.
For companies where an individual/s have a shareholding in excess of 25%, then personal ID verification will also be required for each of those significant shareholders. If you are intending to purchase through a company that is registered overseas, you should speak with the auctions team prior to the auction to confirm what additional procedures are required – this could include the supply of certified documents which will need to be created in advance and be ready for use if you are the successful purchaser.