From small proprietorships and statutory bodies to large local, regional and multinational corporations, PwC’s experienced Corporate Services team can advise, assist and support you and your Board on a wide range of corporate services including:
Our experienced team is able to advise on and incorporate a variety of multi-jurisdiction company, trust and foundation structures, including guidance on restructuring, amalgamations, share transfers, re-domiciling and continuations.
Our team provides corporate governance training, board assessments and the creation of GRC frameworks that are fit for purpose and in accordance with international best practice.
Today’s boards have to contend with a host of new pressures, challenges and risks. Directors are increasingly held accountable for their company’s performance, sustainability and growth. A board of directors must also set the strategic direction of the company, often across diverse product markets and geographies, while evaluating the performance of the CEO and senior executives, as well as monitoring the entity’s risk profile. All of these goals must be achieved within the context of a sound governance model using the correct tools and knowledge base.
Areas typically covered by our board training:
Training may be tailored to take into account the size of your board, complexity of your organisation and any particular areas of concern.
These services are supported by computer-based systems developed specifically to meet the needs of our local and regional investment markets and any company with a large shareholder base. In this regard, we provide the following services:
Our professional corporate services teams provide a range of corporate secretarial, entity governance and compliance services to clients of varying sizes and industries, ranging from small proprietorships and statutory bodies to large local, regional and multinational corporations.
These services enhance transparency and accuracy, and thereby increase shareholder confidence in the manner in which your company manages its issued share capital and distributions.