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Company Registration
  • Sole Purpose SMSF Trustee Company.

    This can either be one of our Shelf Companies' names, or a name of your own choice.

    To view the list of Shelf Company names, please click here.

    Or to ensure your own choice of name is available, please contact Shelf Companies' Australia by email enquiries@shelfco.com.au or phone (08) 9221 2477

Firm or Individual placing order
  • This is who Shelfco will invoice for this application

  • This will be who Shelfco will contact for queries.

  • Full Address of Firm or Individual

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

  • Please include daytime contact number including area code e.g. (02) 9222 1177

  • Enter a valid E-mail Address

Registered Office details
Tick if as above
  • Only include care of details if the company does not actually occupy the registered office

  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

Principal Place of Business
Tick if as above
  • Full Address of Principal Place of Business.

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Individuals Surname

  • Individuals Given Name(s)

  • Individuals Date of Birth e.g. 01/01/1980

  • Individuals Town/City of Birth

  • Individuals State or Country of Birth

If a Company or Trust
  • If a company or trust is a shareholder please include the full name of the entity including the Trustee of any Trusts.

  • Include the ACN of any Australian Registered Company’s.

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Entity

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Number of Shares taken up by Shareholder.Any number is acceptable as long as they are whole numbers, one (1) is typical.

  • Agreed dollar value per share. Any value is acceptable , $1.00 per share is typical.

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders


+ Add another Office / Share holder


Tick if as Above

Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Individuals Date of Birth e.g. 01/01/1980

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

If a Company or Trust
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders


+ Add another Office / Share holder


Tick if as Above


Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Individuals Date of Birth e.g. 01/01/1980

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

If a Company or Trust
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders


+ Add another Office / Share holder


Tick if as Above


Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

If a Company or Trust
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders


+ Add another Office / Share holder


Tick if as Above


Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

If a Company or Trust
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders


+ Add another Office / Share holder


Tick if as Above


Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

If a Company or Trust
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders


+ Add another Office / Share holder


Tick if as Above


Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

If a Company or Trust
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders


+ Add another Office / Share holder


Tick if as Above


Office Holders & Shareholders
If Individual
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

If a Company or Trust
  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Address of Officeholder/Shareholder
  • Full Address of Registered Office

    Floor / Unit
    Street Address
    Suburb
    State
    Post code

If Shareholder
  • Ordinary Shares

    Fully paid shares which carry voting rights but rank after debentures and preference shares for dividend payments. If the company is wound up, ordinary shareholders rank as unsecured creditors, behind secured creditors such as debenture holders.

    A-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class B shares

    B-Class Shares

    A classification of common stock that may be accompanied by more or fewer voting rights than Class A shares

    C-Class Shares

    The class C fund usually has a higher management expense ratio because of its lower load fee when compared to other mutual funds with different load structures in the same family.

  • Agreed dollar value per share

  • Agreed dollar value per share

Positions Held
  • Director
    Secretary
    Public Officer
    Share Holders



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