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Are you looking to setup & establish an Australian subsidiary? By Australian law, it is a regulatory requirement to appoint a local resident director.
As a foreign business, this requirement may put
a spanner in the works when it comes to your expansion plans. No need to worry though,
we’re here to help you.
Simply put, we help by acting as your local Director for your Australian subsidiary.
The desired level of involvement from your local resident Director will
vary depending on your needs. Your first six months will see us play
a key role in getting your business up & running in Australia.
We ensure you meet all legal & regulatory requirements, including setting up:
Australian Business Number (ABN)
Pay As You Go
Goods & Services
The local directorship
Once Setup – your Resident Director will play a compliance role as a minimum –
signing off on accounts, contracts and so on as well as assisting with Company Secretarial
compliance. The local resident director can also take on the Public Officer responsibilities
(and be the main point of contact with the ATO) for any tax compliance obligations.
Meet Your Director
Our Local Directorship services are led by our Chief Client Officer, Gerald Bot. With over 25 years’ experience in senior finance & management roles – Gerald has worked with businesses of all sizes across a range of industries.
Gerald has held Executive Director-level positions with global and multi-national companies expanding into Australia for many years, and prides himself on his personal & tailored approach.
Frequently Used With...
Company & Employer
Virtual and / or
So, regardless of your business size or industry, if you’re a multinational
looking to expand to Australian shores, we have the solution to ensure your
business thrives with more support and most importantly, less risk.