A director of a company is a person who is responsible for managing the company’s business activities. When a person is acting as a director, they must act in the best interests of the company. Each type of company must have at least one member and the minimum number of directors (i.e. one director for a proprietary company and at least three directors for a public company). A director can also be a member of a company, which is common with small types of companies.
|From the Main Toolbar, go to Company.||
|Select the Company from the list.||
CAS 360 will display the Add/Edit New Officer screen.
Begin typing the new Officer's name. CAS 360 will begin searching the Global Contact screen for the person. If the Contact has not been previously added to the Global Contact screen, will display.
Clickto add a new contact.
Users will be prompted to enter the Director ID for directors, if it was previously not entered for the contact.
Select the Officer's position as either Director, Secretary or Alternate
|Position Status||Select the Status as Appointed|
|Enter the Appointed date as the date the Officer is appointed|
|Notes||Click on the Register of Officersto add extra notes to appear|
The Pending option can be ticked if the appointment has not been confirmed at this point. If ticked, the Officer will then be excluded from documents such as the Register of Officers
CAS 360 will display the Document Production screen and automatically select the documents required:
- Register of Officers
- Directors Meeting Minute or Resolution
- Change to Company Details Form 484B (signed and electronic)
- Notifications of change to directors of a registered body Form 490 (For Companies with the Company Type of Foreign or Registrable Body set in the General Details screen)
- Consent to Act letter
- Members Meeting Minute or Resolution
- ABRS Director ID Letter (For directors and alternate directors)
CAS 360 allows you to prepare documents and then notify ASIC through electronic lodgement via the Documents Screen. For more information on how to do so, click here.