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Starting a business in today’s complex business and regulatory environment can be daunting. There are a number of statutory formalities and legal issues that need to be considered, not only when you register your business, but also as your business progresses. Errors or non-compliance with these statutory requirements can have costly consequences for your business. PRN Advisory & Tax Services offers the reassurance of compliance with quality company secretarial services ensuring that all regulatory obligations are met on an ongoing basis and freeing up your time to focus on your core business function.

Our team of experienced professionals are committed to staying updated on legislation and corporate structuring. We can advise you on the appropriate vehicle to conduct your business that would provide the most benefit and maximum long-term value, whether it be a company, close corporation, partnership, trust, or sole trader.

The Companies Act requires that statutory books, including registers of members, directors, officers and all the necessary minute books for shareholders and board meetings be maintained. Our experienced professionals will work closely with you to maintain and update your statutory details on your behalf to ensure consistent compliance with legislation. We will also prepare the necessary documents for annual general meetings, board meeting minutes, resolutions to approve annual financial statements, proxy forms and shareholders resolutions.

We believe that every business is different, with its own unique needs and goals which is why we don’t simply provide a mechanical process or a one-size-fits-all solution; instead, we strive to offer practical and personalised advice, giving you the assurance that your business not only complies with all legislated requirements but also benefits from sound guidance and professional advice.

Our company secretarial services include:

Close Corporations

  • Conversions of corporations
  • Member changes
  • Name changes
  • Maintenance of statutory records


  • Formation and registration
  • Name changes
  • Director appointments
  • Shareholder appointments and transfers
  • Maintenance of statutory records
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