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.
The registry industry has evolved from a manual processing service into an industry driven by technology and automation, and we’ve evolved with it.
The cornerstone of our business is our fully integrated and purpose-built registry platform, which underpins all the services we deliver. Our modular system lets us continuously improve our feature set while our focus on automation and streamlined processes keeps your costs down. Lastly, our parallel development and rigorous testing process ensures that your data is never at risk.
We’re passionate about being recognised for our industry-leading service levels. Over the years, our share registry services have received praise from long-term and newly transitioned clients alike. As a leading share registrar, we don’t offer a one-size-fits-all service. Instead, we partner with you to develop solutions that are tailored exactly to meet your specific business needs, with day-to-day share registry services and self-service capability so you can manage your register with ease and at your convenience. The major benefit of this is that you will have more time to focus on core aspects of growing your business while being able to confidently outsource your share registry responsibilities to us.
As a BoardRoom partner, you’ll not only receive the highest standard of share registry services, but you’ll be continually benchmarked against your peers in terms of best practice and innovation. This way, we can ensure that each one of our clients is consistently getting the results they need to remain competitive within their industry. Your dedicated client service manager will guide you through our range of strategies to increase shareholder engagement, employ registry analysis, and ensure compliance.
At BoardRoom, we manage upwards of 350 Annual General Meetings (AGMs) and General Meetings (GMs) every year for a diverse range of clients, including private companies to ASX20 organisations. With your company’s stakeholders present physically or virtually; we understand the importance of delivering professional and seamless AGM and meeting services for your business in Australia.
Our complete suite of AGM and meeting services include virtual and/or hybrid meeting technology, electronic communications, proxy voting and counting, registration of attendees, preparation and despatch of documents and results reporting.
Utilising our cutting-edge technology and extensive experience, our dedicated meetings team will help you plan, prepare and successfully hold your next meeting.
If you have any questions about our share registry outsourcing and meeting services, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
InvestorServe is the key destination for securityholders to manage their holdings.
Designed with a focus on ease of use and user experience, our clients’ securityholders have 24/7 access to a wide range of self-service options to manage their investments. InvestorServe allows for managing and linking holdings, updating personal information, accessing historical data and completing online forms. The InvestorServe portal is fully customisable and branding can be tailored to each client’s needs.
ClientOnline is our market-leading online registry and employee equity plan software.
The portal utilises the latest technologies to allow clients to access their key information quickly and accurately. Intuitive and secure, our registry and employee equity plan software provides real-time detailed information including register snapshots, key alerts and access to a number of detailed reports.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is an annual general meeting (AGM) conducted?
Under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), an AGM is a mandatory yearly meeting for all listed companies and public companies with more than one member. Proprietary companies (i.e. private companies) are not required but may choose to hold an AGM.
The AGM acts as a forum for companies and their shareholders to share information, have discussions and participate in decision-making.
Depending on the company, AGMs can be run physically, at a physical venue, virtually, through a live stream, or hybrid, a combination of both.
Do I need a vendor to run my annual general meeting (AGM)?
While you can run an AGM internally, many businesses hire a vendor to run their annual general meeting.
An external vendor can provide companies with a seamless, secure and independent service. They can assist in all aspects of conducting an AGM, from meeting technology to proxy voting and counting, ensuring that you are well prepared to run a smooth AGM.