Board Advisory

Our experienced teams of chartered secretaries and company secretarial experts are available to advise your Chair and CEO on best practice corporate governance – within the boardroom and beyond. ​​

Our teams can create and enhance your corporate governance and risk management frameworks, to help you mitigate your business risks and remain compliant. We can share best practice on a whole range of boardroom challenges and keep your executives alert to the  relevant application of constitutions, codes, regulation, listing rules, powers and procedures. ​

We can deliver a whole suite of solutions on a retainer or a project-by-project basis. That could include running a health check and gap analysis on your corporate governance, advising on your board and committee constitution and assisting with regulatory announcements. ​​

We can evaluate your board and review its effectiveness. We'll train your directors on statutory duties, and new directors as part of their induction. We can also draft sections of your annual report, strategic report or Chairperson’s script, and offer advice and guidance on the application of new corporate governance legislation, regulation and code.​

And that's just a small sample of what we can do for you. Whatever your governance needs, we can build a tailored solution that will empower your board to make better decisions. 

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