If you’re in business in Australia, it’s essential that you’re in perfect tune with laws that dictate director liabilities, audit requirements and shareholder rights. Or, you can just ask Antunes.

Corporate governance is the regulatory framework that sets out how your company must be set-up and what you are obliged to do. Antunes specialises crossing your T’s and dotting your I’s.  

What are your directors liable for? What governance policies is your company obliged to adopt? What audit processes are you required to implement? What rights do your shareholders have and what benefits are they entitled to. These are big questions, and you need to know the answers.

Whatever the nature of business, structure of your company or size of your team, the Antunes corporate law specialists have all the answers and advice you’ll need to ensure comprehensive compliance in terms of corporate governance, director’s duties and shareholder management.

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With corporate governance in good hands, confidence fuels better business decisions.

If you or your company breaches any of your duties legislated by the Corporations Act, there are a number of threats you’ll face in the form of proceedings that could be brought against you by a number of stakeholders, such as shareholders, creditors and regulatory agencies.

The key to avoiding those threats, giving yourself the clear air and peace of mind to focus on making the best possible business decisions, is to engage a law firm that specialises in corporate governance and has the expertise to ensure you’re completely compliant, across the board.

Enhanced governance visibility improves productivity and profitability.

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