Our Services

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.

At BoardRoom we understand that corporate secretarial duties can be expensive, a distraction, and a burden to your management.

Many businesses find they need to reduce risk by ensuring excellence in compliance and processes. The only problem is that hiring a company secretary can be a costly investment.

Here’s our solution.

We are Australia’s leading provider of company secretarial services, providing flexible and cost-effective solutions to a vast range of listed, public, private companies, international subsidiaries, and associations. We have a large and experienced team with a wealth of corporate secretarial and governance knowledge at our fingertips, complemented and extended into other essential services through our key strategic partnerships with external specialists.

Our company secretarial support services include:

  • Acting as named Company Secretary for Australian businesses
  • Managing and minuting board, committee, and shareholder meetings
  • ASIC compliance including subsidiary management
  • ASX compliance and advice including continuous disclosure, listing rules, governance principles, and corporate action management
  • Officeholder appointments and resignations, share transfers, company incorporations and deregistrations in Australia
  • Updating and maintaining minute books and statutory registers
  • Providing corporate governance advice and assistance including charters, policies, and the corporate governance statement

Subsidiary Management

Managing large corporate structures can present frustrations to internal teams, including administration headaches, a high volume of unfamiliar documentation, and risk of fines for late or incorrect lodgements.

Companies can seek to reduce costs and enhance their governance by outsourcing subsidiary management to our company secretarial team in Australia.

At BoardRoom, we manage large and complex corporate structures of up to several hundred entities. Coupled with our regular reporting and project management approach, our industry-leading solution utilises technology and workflows to manage tasks including:

  • Appointed ASIC Agent
  • Managing the annual review
  • Drafting and lodging documents to appoint director
  • Allotting or transferring shares
  • Changing addresses
  • Incorporations and deregistrations
  • ASIC processing
  • Corporate health checks, and more.

Our Technical Advisory Team offer vast experience, document libraries, and a cost-effective solution to assist with complex corporate secretarial matters including:

  • Corporate Actions
  • Share Purchase Plans
  • Rights Issues
  • IPOs including Prospectus drafting
  • Due Diligence Management
  • ASIC and ASX Relief and Waiver Applications, and much more

We’ll meet your obligations in a timely, tidy and effective manner, reducing your risk of breaches, fines and possible regulatory investigation. If you have any questions about our corporate secretarial services, don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team today. Our one-stop solutions and company secretaries are designed to make company formation and registration in Australia simple and trouble-free.

We’re here to help

Tom Bloomfield - General Manager, Growth & Partnerships

Tom Bloomfield
General Manager, Growth & Partnerships

Download our service brochures

Dashboard

CS Connect

Our industry-first company secretarial platform

Remove administration headaches and eradicate paper through our cloud-based solution.

Key features include:

  • Central depository for real-time information and document exchanges;
  • Instant access to data including company profiles and director details;
  • Customisable reminders and notifications;
  • Raising service requests; and more.
Watch the CS Connect video.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • image/svg+xml image/svg+xml
    What are corporate secretarial services?
    Corporate Secretarial services cover a wide range of services including ASIC and ASX compliance, subsidiary management, board and shareholder meeting management, company incorporations and deregistrations, corporate governance advice and more.
  • image/svg+xml image/svg+xml
    What is the role of a company secretary?
    A company secretary assists companies in maintaining corporate governance and overseeing and mitigating risks of corporate non-compliance through specialist knowledge and management of crucial processes.
  • image/svg+xml image/svg+xml
    Do I need to appoint a company secretary in Australia?

    Public (limited) companies are required to appoint a company secretary. Proprietary limited companies are not required to appoint a company secretary.

    Australian legislation does not specify academic, business, or other qualifications to be appointed as Company Secretary of an Australian company. Appointees, however, must be 18 years of age or older.

  • image/svg+xml image/svg+xml
    Why should I outsource company secretarial services?
    Appointing a Company Secretarial expert to manage your compliance can greatly reduce the burden and potential risks involved. Specialist company secretarial service providers can form an integral part of a company’s governance framework.
  • image/svg+xml image/svg+xml
    How do I register or incorporate a company in Australia?

    Registering a company in Australia involves deciding upon a company name, selecting a company structure, decisions on governance, consent from necessary officeholders, selecting a registered office, and several other steps.

    Many companies choose to outsource their company incorporation to an external provider to draft and lodge the relevant documentation and ensure accuracy.

  • image/svg+xml image/svg+xml
    How to close off a company in Australia?

    Closing a solvent company in Australia requires a voluntary deregistration with ASIC or winding-up the company with the assistance of a liquidator.

    Before ASIC will accept an application for voluntary deregistration, companies must ensure:

    • all shareholders of the company agree to deregister;
    • the company is not conducting business;
    • the company's assets are worth less than $1000;
    • the company has no outstanding liabilities (i.e. unpaid employee entitlements);
    • the company is not involved in any legal proceedings; and
    • the company has paid all fees and penalties payable to ASIC.
    For more information about closing or deregistering a company in Australia, be sure to contact us.
  • image/svg+xml image/svg+xml
    How can BoardRoom help in company secretarial services?
    BoardRoom is Australia’s leading Corporate Secretarial consultancy. We have supported companies over decades, from start-ups to multinationals, in navigating through complex regulatory policies and culture sensibilities. BoardRoom has provided clients with the expertise and tools needed to automate transactional processes, enhance productivity and reduce risk. Contact us today to learn more about our company secretarial services.