BoardRoom provides an extensive range of services for listed entities on the ASX, NSX and SSX, as well as unlisted entities including proprietary companies, unlisted property trusts, equity funds and organisations considering an IPO.
With renowned expertise and integrity, our team of corporate actions specialists work with you to get the results you need.
Clients who have transitioned to BoardRoom from other providers consistently praise our flexible approach when it comes to tailoring solutions for our clients’ requirements. We’ve developed a standardised but customisable template-driven process that can accommodate a wide range of simple and complex corporate actions, from a bonus issue to a complex capital reconstruction.
Our dedicated corporate actions team are experts in enhancing corporate governance, regulatory compliance, productivity and organisational effectiveness. We’ll partner with you to plan a solution that meets your needs, then deliver it efficiently, accurately and consistently.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a corporate action?A corporate action is an activity by a company that typically invites shareholders to participate in an offer. Generally, corporate actions are approved by the company’s board of directors.
What are the different types of corporate actions?There are two types of corporate actions:
- Mandatory corporate actions are automatically applied and shareholders have no choice to their participation
- Voluntary corporate actions require a response from the shareholder who can choose whether or not to participate
What are some common corporate actions?There are a wide range of actions that can be considered corporate actions. Mandatory corporate actions typically relate to company restructures and administration including acquisitions, company name changes and stock splits. Common voluntary corporate actions include rights issues, bonus issues, buy backs, dividend payments and tender offers.
How can BoardRoom help with corporate actions?Even the most basic type of corporate action can prove a challenge to organisations as they are often complex and require accurate and controlled processes. Our dedicated team of experts can guide you through your corporate action ensuring corporate governance, regulatory compliance and organisational effectiveness. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help with your corporate actions.