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BoardRoom Limited

BoardRoom Limited  

Accounting | Australia

tel: 61292909600 | fax: 61292790664
Level 12, 225 George Street | Sydney | New South Wales | 2000 | Australia

BoardRoom Limited's Overview

BoardRoom is a leading provider of professional services in the Asia-Pacific region, with over 6,000 domestic and inbound foreign companies managed out of our offices in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and China. Corporate Secretarial, Payroll, Accounting, Taxation, Employee Share Plan Management, and Share Registry management services.

BoardRoom in Austalia is a fully owned subsidiary of the SGX-listed BoardRoom Limited, an entity that has been successfully operating for over 50 years and recognised as Forbes Asia's Top 200 Companies under a Billion.

With over 600 dedicated employees, BoardRoom is an organisation which prides itself on innovation, exceptional service, and the ability to provide a flexible approach to meet their clients’ needs. The group is the partner of choice for many Fortune 500 multinationals, public-listed firms and privately-owned enterprises.

Areas of Practice
  • Accounting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Company Secretarial
  • Employee Share plan management
  • Incorporations
  • Initial Public Offerings
  • Local Director
  • Payroll Management
  • Share Registration
  • Tax compliance


Tom Bloomfield

Tom BloomfieldGeneral Manager, Corporate Secretarial Services

Martin Jones

Martin JonesGeneral Manager, Corporate Governance

George Lygoyris

George LygoyrisGeneral Manager, Sales and Marketing

Nicola Salmond

Nicola SalmondChief Financial Officer

Paul Timms

Paul TimmsChief Operating Officer

Rhett Tregunna

Rhett TregunnaChief Executive Officer

Mark Saliba

Mark SalibaGeneral Manager, Employee Share Plans


Corporate Governance in advance of an IPO
BoardRoom Limited, May 2018

This chapter addresses a common mistake made during the initial public offering (IPO) process: corporate governance as an afterthought. Corporate governance plays a key role in preventing corporate crimes, adding shareholder value, ensuring financial health and assisting in long-term sustainable growth. This chapter includes (1) a comparison of Australia’s corporate governance regimes to similar corporate governance regimes in the U.S. and the U.K...

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