Update to Corporate Services Program Annual Statement Packages

3 March 2023

Your Annual Statement package has been updated


We are happy to announce that Boyce is currently transitioning to a new Corporate Registry Services program. 

Why are we making this change?

The main reason for the change is to improve our services to you. This transition will allow us to be ready for the ASIC’s database upgrade that is in progress as well as offer enhanced collaboration options with you in the future. Please be assured that maintaining your confidential information has been our priority during this transition.    

How will this change effect you? 

The main change that will impact you will be how you pay your annual statement. Your annual statement package email and payment reminder emails will have a different format and wording.  

In addition to paying your ASIC fee the existing way by referring to the ASIC invoice statement, the new format will include a ‘Pay Now’ button for your convenience. An example of this button is below.   


The Pay Now button will take you directly to the Australia Post payment gateway and allow you to pay your ASIC invoice via credit card. 

Please remember to always check that the ASIC Billpay code when you enter it from the ASIC invoice is confirmed by Australia Post as being ASIC.

You will start to receive the newly formatted emails from beginning Wednesday 8th March 2023.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the CRS team on 02 6884 6499 or .


Thank you for helping Boyce raise over $21,500 in our City2Surf fundraiser

30 October 2020

Boyce recently celebrated our 12th year of participation in the City2Surf Challenge. Due to COVID-19, the event was run a little differently with the 22 Boyce participants completing the challenge in their own communities.

In true Boyce spirit, we did not let the change stop us from raising as much money as possible for our chosen charity, Royal Far West.

We are proud to announce that we managed to amass over $21,500 and placed in the top 3 team fundraisers on the City2Surf Leader board. The final fundraising total means Boyce has raised more than $321,000 during our 12 years of participating in the City2Surf, and we are extremely appreciative of the generosity provided to our annual City2Surf fundraising event.

We could not have done this without the support of our wonderful clients, business partners, community members and family and friends.

Well done to our Boyce team, and thank you to everyone who contributed to this outstanding event.

Pictured - John Reed from Royal Far West and Dubbo Director, Ben Calder.


Boyce's City2Surf Fundraising for the Royal Far West Children’s Hospital

Boyce's City2Surf Fundraising for the Royal Far West Children’s Hospital

19 July 2018

We are once again fielding a team for the City2Surf challenge in Sydney on 12 August 2018.

The team from Boyce have elected to support the Royal Far West Children’s Hospital -  a fantastic charity that is dedicated to helping country kids and communities in their time of need. Funds we raise will be used to support developmentally vulnerable children by providing access to specialist health and education programs, services and support.

Last year, our City2Surf team raised $31,000 for charity and this year we are setting our sights to $45,000 and we need your help to get there.

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Boyce City2Surf challenge is on again

Boyce City2Surf challenge is on again

2 March 2017

The annual City2Surf challenge will take place on Sunday 13 August and once again Boyce is fielding a team to raise funds for a very worthy cause. 

This year we will contunie to support ‘Amie St Clair Melanoma Trust’ – a charity that is dedicated to raising awareness of melanoma. The trust actively supports medical research and endeavours to provide better access to specialised care for the communities of the Wagga Wagga region.

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Boyce team raises over $30,000 in City2Surf

Boyce team raises over $30,000 in City2Surf

2 September 2016

Boyce once again travelled to Sydney to partake in the 14 kilometre City to Bondi course and recorded a number of ‘personal best’ times.

Apart from the challenge of competing, the real aim for Boyce is to raise funds for a chosen charity as part of the firm’s corporate social responsibility program. This year, the Boyce team selected to support the Amie St Clair Melanoma Trust, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness of melanoma.

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