Rural Payments Agency (RPA) customers can register someone else (often called an 'agent') to act on behalf of their business.
You can ask someone else to act on behalf of your business. This is called ‘empowerment’.
It’s up to you if you want to empower someone - you don’t have to.
Decide what level of empowerment you want to give
There are different levels of empowerment depending on what you want the person to be able to do.
The different levels are explained in this. It also tells you how to remove empowerments.
To empower someone for your business, you’ll need to Change the details you’ve registered with the RPA.
Or, if you claim the Single Payment Scheme, you can fill in an SP9 form to Empower an agent for the Single Payment Scheme.