Perform thorough company searches

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Gain clarity in decision making

When it comes to business transactions, applying to work with a company or negotiating with an organisation, InfoTrackGo helps you to perform due diligence and screen the options available to you.

Our quick company searches provide reliable information about the company of interest to enable you to validate its history, details and performance. 

Company Reports

InfoTrackGo is an authorised broker of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA). 

As a result, we enable you to run company checks by giving you access to the following information about your chosen business.

  • Company officeholders and addresses
  • Controlling and current shareholders
  • Key financials and employee numbers
  • Board and committee members
  • Beneficial owners and subsidiaries
  • Politically exposed persons and sanctions
  • Court actions and payment defaults

Where do we get accurate reports?

Australian Securities and Investment Commission - ASIC

ASIC is Australia’s corporate, markets and financial services regulator.

At InfoTrackGo, we make it easy for you to conduct real-time research about a company.

Through a quick company search via our platform, you can have an ASIC Company Report, an ASIC Company Package Report, an ASIC Comprehensive Company Package and/or a Company Credit Report delivered straight to your email.

Australian Financial Security Authority - AFSA

AFSA handles the application of bankruptcy laws and the personal property securities register within Australia.

InfoTrack delivers reports from AFSA to provide you with the bigger picture of a business.

In just a few clicks, we help you reduce your exposure to risks and feel more confident in working with other companies.

Company Search FAQs

If you’re looking to transact or deal with a company, it’s important to understand their history and the risk associated. For example, you could be looking to see if a company or its directors have a history of deliberate liquidation, which is called illegal phoenixing. This is where a new company is created to continue the business of a company that has been deliberately liquidated to avoid paying its debts, including taxes, creditors and employee entitlements.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent commission of the Australian Government tasked as the national corporate regulator. ASIC’s role is to regulate company and financial services and enforce laws to protect Australian consumers, investors and creditors.

Our company searches are conducted on ASIC’s database of registered companies in Australia. We also provide company credit reports provided by CreditorWatch.

The price of a company search can differ on a variety of factors. For a breakdown of our search pricing, visit our product information page here.

Company searches are typically completed within 15 minutes of purchase, however due to occasional delays with the authorities we conduct searches on, they can take up to 78 hours to be provided.

You can conduct a search on a company by entering the company’s name, it’s ACN, or ABN into the search bar. Once you click search, you will be provided with a list of purchasable reports on that company.

Unfortunately our company searches are currently limited to companies which are registered on Australia.

No, any entity you conduct a search on will not be notified of any search(es) conducted on them.