2501 Application for extension of time to hold Annual General Meeting

Form 2501      

How to submit

Applications for an extension of time for companies to hold an annual general meeting (AGM) can be submitted through the ASIC Regulatory Portal. Companies with an ACN can register on the portal to submit this application. Only a Director or Secretary of the company can perform this initial portal registration.

Many companies should already be registered on the portal to meet their annual industry funding obligations.

For more information, see how you apply for relief.

Unlisted companies that do not regularly interact through the ASIC Regulatory Portal because they are not subject to industry funding levies or do not hold a licence or registration under laws ASIC administers can continue to use the paper form. See below for more information. 
Form 2501 – Unlisted Lodgement Form 2501 – Listed Lodgement

Only unlisted companies can lodge a paper Form 2501.

Generally, forms should be posted to:

      Australian Securities and Investments Commission
      PO Box 4000
      Gippsland Mail Centre VIC 3841

      More information on how to lodge paper company forms

      To allow suitable time for the delivery of your documents, we recommend you check Australia Post delivery times. Late fees may apply if a document is not received by us within the required timeframe.

      Listed companies must lodge an online application through the Regulatory Portal.

      Anyone required to use the portal to transact with ASIC will need to register their own account.

      Once registered and logged in you can launch the transaction named ‘Extension of time for a company to hold its annual general meeting (AGM).’

      Note this transaction can only be submitted by a director or secretary of a company.

      Details about payment options are provided in the portal. For more information, see how you apply for relief.

      Applicable Fees $3,487
      Lodging Period Pre AGM Late Fees Not applicable
      Legislation References Corporations Act 2001\250P
      Last updated: 05/08/2020 02:24