How to change company details - change of name (officeholders or members)

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You must submit this form within 28 days if there is a change of:

  • personal name of a company officeholder or member or 
  • company name of a top 20 member.

If the company has a sole officeholder, a change to the officeholder name cannot be lodged electronically. You must notify this change via the paper form.

Note that once an officeholder’s name has been changed, the officeholder will need to re-register for online access.

You will need to sign in to your online account before you begin.

Start transaction

Once logged in, select 'Start new form' in the left hand menu.

From the list of available forms, select '484'.

Select change to be notified

Select 'Change of name for officeholder or members'.

  • Select 'Next' to continue.

Changing the name

Enter the date of change.

  • Enter the new name.
  • Select the relevant box to confirm if the change of name applies to an officeholder or a member.
  • Select 'Next' to continue.

This guide follows the change of name for an officeholder. The transaction will vary slightly if you are changing the name of a member.

Select member or officeholder

Select the relevant officeholder or member.

  • Select 'Next' to continue.

Change officeholder name

Review the change of name.

  • If you wish to enter multiple name changes, select 'Notify another name change' and enter the required information.
  • Otherwise, select 'Next' to continue.


Select 'Yes' to complete the declaration when you are satisfied the document is being lodged within the terms and conditions of ASIC’s Electronic Lodgement Protocol.

  • Select 'Submit' to lodge the form with ASIC.


This screen confirms your document was submitted to ASIC.

  • Select 'Next' to continue.

Note: Occasionally, the system may present an additional form submission screen at this point. If this is the case, continue to select 'Next' to finalise this transaction.

What is an ASIC key?

Your ASIC key is a unique number used in ASIC Connect that helps us establish your identity and protects your business information by making sure only you and those you have authorised can access it.

Learn more about ASIC keys

What is a corporate key?

A corporate key is an 8-digit number uniquely associated with a company’s ACN. Your company needs only one corporate key.

Learn more about corporate keys

What is an invitation key?

An invitation key is a unique key to register for, or connect to an entity in, the ASIC Regulatory Portal.

Learn more about invitation keys 

What is an industry funding security key?

Your industry funding security key is a unique number used to launch an online transaction in the ASIC Regulatory Portal that will enable us to calculate your final industry funding invoice. You will be prompted to submit business activity metric information on the operation of your business in the previous financial year.

Learn more about industry funding security keys

Last updated: 30/03/2021 09:31