Company Compliance Policies
Starting a business is not just about having an idea and ‘giving it a go’. It’s also about having the correct strategy, understanding obligations and ensuring the infrastructure is robust and sustainable. A business should ensure that its foundations are firm enough to withstand the diversity of economic demands.
When constructing your Compliance and Governance framework, it is important to consider such things as the Company’s:
- Risk Management Process
- Business Continuity Process
- Financial Reporting (Internal and External)
- Board of Directors and Director Responsibilities
- Shareholder and Stakeholder Communication
- Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Policy
Remember, your Compliance and Governance frameworks are about your business! They should reflect the culture, ethos, and style of what your business is about; the above is just a sample of what Business owners should consider.
At Harbourside Legal, we have Commercial Lawyers that work with some of the leading SMEs in Australia. From constructing Employment Contracts for Restaurateurs to managing detailed and often complex Buy-Sell Agreements, our Commercial acumen has always been highly regarded.
Making sure that your business has sound advice and guidance when implementing policies, procedures, and reporting frameworks are paramount. A business will continue to expand and change; compliance and governance are the tools to maintaining organisational control and managerial behavior.
We offer fixed-price services for most transactions and aim to have a fast 48-hour turnaround for our clients. Whether you’re starting a business or updating your policies our dedicated team can assist you throughout the whole process.
Contact us through our enquiry form or Phone 02 9262 3553.