Here we have summarised your company's compliance requirements with the Companies Office. The information provided here is general information. You should consider getting advice from a qualified professional adviser who will take your particular circumstances into account to tell you how the law applies to you & your company.
Directors have many duties and obligations which include managing the company’s day-to-day business appropriately and ensuring that the Companies Office filing obligations are met.
Shareholders are the owners of a company. They aren't responsible for the day-to-day management of the company, but they do have voting rights.
During the life of a company it must also file certain documents - some are required every year, others as certain events occur. Exactly what is required will vary from company to company. Most company filing can be done online.
Every company must hold an annual meeting of shareholders once in each calendar year. Generally a company will hold several meetings during each year - some are shareholders meetings and others are meetings of the company directors (board meetings).
In addition to filing documents with the Companies Office, legislation requires every company to keep and maintain certain records. This includes accounting records, the share register and other company documents.