Congratulations! 

You've completed your raise through Birchal and have new shareholders to add to your company's growing family. As part of your corporate governance obligations, it's essential that you keep your shareholder register up to date.

Shareholder register / Register of members

The shareholder register / register of members is held (traditionally) at the company’s registered office and contains the name and address of each shareholder, the number of shares held, share classes and the amount paid and unpaid on the shares. 

In these modern times, there are a variety of online, cloud-based, digital share registry services that help you manage your shareholder register (bye bye spreadsheets). Once you have a widely held company with hundreds/thousands of shareholders, companies find a digital share registry service to be an efficient way to manage shareholder records, capital tables and investor communications.

We recommend creating and confirming that your share registry account is available the week after your raise deadline.

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Contact: [email protected]

Contact: [email protected]

For more information on your responsibility to keep your shareholder register updated, visit this ASIC Page. 

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