Business Structure Strategies
Foundations are legal structures set up by some not-for-profit organisations to raise funds, hold funds and distributing funds (following the rules of the foundation).
Farm discretionary trusts are used to acquire land for primary production while also providing flexibility so the property can eventually be transferred to other family members.
Employee share schemes (ESS) give employees shares in the company they work for, or the opportunity to buy shares in the company.
An early-stage innovation company (ESIC) is a company that has high growth potential, can scale, addresses a broader than the local market, and has competitive advantages.
A discretionary trust (also known as a family trust) is a trust established to hold a family's assets or operate a business.
A company may be deregistered after it is closed down, liquidated or struck off the register of companies by ASIC.
A super fund trustee company is a type of special purpose proprietary company that is only permitted to act as trustee of a self-managed superannuation fund.
A shelf company is a company that has not traded and historically has had no activity.
Unlike private companies, under the Corporations Act public companies can raise capital from the public, and have unlimited shareholders.