Managing your Compliance and Governance are part of a great risk management strategy for your business.
One of the other things that we can help you with is looking after your Corporate Services. Depending upon the type of structure that you choose, this could mean different things to you. So let’s take a look at what we offer:
Establishment of new entities
Whether you are looking to register a new company, discretionary trust or self managed superannuation fund we can help you get everything setup, right from the start.
Each year you have to renew your company with ASIC. This will normally happen on the anniversary of the registration date and the time that you need to review your company details, pass a solvency resolution and pay your annual fee. To pass a solvency resolution means that the directors have a reasonable basis for a directors opinion that the company can pay its debts as and when they fall due. We can help you manage this to stay on top of this annual obligation and keep everything compliant and up to date. This service is included as part of the monthly package fee on selected Packages
Registration of Business Name
If you’re looking to register a new business name, with a few simple instructions we can take care of it for you.
Change of company details
It is your responsibility to let ASIC know of any updates to your addresses, officeholders or shareholders. With your instruction we can prepare all of the forms and minutes that you need to make the changes you want.
If you have a company that you no longer need, and you meet certain conditions then we can help you out with de-registration.
At Bee Group Accountants, we provide a wide range of corporate secretarial services that allow you to reduce your administrative burden and keep your focus on running your business.
As board responsibilities have increased in recent years, the importance of the company secretary’s role has also grown.
Today, the company secretary plays a crucial role in looking after the administration of a company’s affairs and managing the business of its board, while still maintaining a focus on ensuring complete transparency and accountability.