Company Matters, we operate under a team structure. This means you will receive a consistent and cost effective service from us. Each of our practitioners has a specialised discipline and specific areas of professional interest.
Each and every one of our clients are very important to us. Many are longstanding relationships. Our clients are big and small. Public and private. They operate in many different sectors, across the globe and in emerging markets. We advise boards, directors and management alike. As our client, you will benefit from the extent of Company Matters' reach and our market currency.
You may need assistance with a specific project. Or for a defined term. On a temporary or permanent basis. Your needs will most likely change over time. You may just want an independent opinion. You may not even know what all of your requirements are. We will work with you. In every sense.
If you take comfort in the fact that we have grown from word of mouth and do what we know very well, then choose Company Matters.
Our initial blue print was to bridge the service gap between the limited company secretarial service providers and M&A focussed corporate law firms. A comprehensive offering within a boutique law firm was unique.Following the appointment of dedicated resources, our corporate administration services are now offered as a stand-alone solution or part of a complete company secretarial package.
The more recent addition of a chief financial officer component now completes our suite of services.
It is no coincidence that our services are complementary.
Company Matters is a member of the Link Group.
How can we help with?
Company Matters practitioners :
It can be appointed as your outsourced company secretary
be appointed as a contract company secretary
provide "whitelabel" company secretarial support
and seconded to your offices
provide independent advice on governance related matters.
What can we help with?
ASX, Other Regulatory and Governance Advisory:
Providing advice regarding ASX Listing Rules, including continuous and periodic disclosure.
Providing Corporations Act advice and other regulatory advice.
Providing general corporate governance advice.
Drafting corporate governance materials such as charters, policies and the corporate governance statement.
Administering the constitution and other core governing documentation.
Establishing a subsidiary governance framework.
Providing Corporations Act and other regulatory advice.
Board of Directors Advisory:
Advising on items for board and committee consideration.
Drafting company secretarial contributions to board and committee papers.
Collating and distributing board and committee papers.
Attending board and committee meetings and producing minutes and matters arising from those meetings.
Drafting circular resolutions, subsidiary minutes and authorisations under delegation.
Providing independent advice regarding directors’ and officers’ duties.
Drafting director appointment letters and advising on appointment processes.
Assisting with annual reporting requirements.
Drafting notices of meeting.
Managing member meetings.
Liaising with the share registry on member matters.
Employee equity plan design.
Providing independent advice to remuneration & nominations committees.
Drafting remuneration reports.
Drafting employment/remuneration related policies.