Corporate Law

Companies are governed by the Corporations Act 2001 and provide businesses, investors and individuals benefits and protections that they would not otherwise enjoy. Our experienced team can assist you in all aspects of corporate law including establishing a company, corporate structure and governance.

Company establishment

Our team can assist in all aspect of creating a company including issuing capital (shares), advising on company structure and type, drafting necessary documentation including ASIC forms.

Shareholder Agreements & Constitutions

If your establishing a new company or raising further capital, our team can provide you timely advice on the process, Our team is experienced in preparing and negotiating Shareholder Agreements, Constitutions and other corporate governance documents.

Equity & Debt Capital raising

Our team is experienced in on advising companies on new equity and debt capital raising. We can provide advice and guidance through issuing share and debt instruments as well as hybrid instruments such as convertible notes and ensure that the company and directors are complying with the Corporations Act 2001.

Corporate governance

Directors have duties and obligations to the company and shareholders under the Corporations Act 2001. Our experienced team can help directors and shareholders navigate all area of corporate governance and ensure the all parties act diligently and enjoy the protections of the law.

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