Posts Categorized: Corporate Governance

Conor will be presenting a free Company Law Update webinar for Carlow Kilkenny Skillnet on Monday 11 May 2020 at 2.30pm.   Topics covered will include: CRO reduced services Filing annual returns with CRO Holding company meetings electronically and what is still required for companies to comply the annual company secretarial requirements Unlimited companies – Filing

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Every January we set out ten points to consider from a company law and company secretarial practice perspective. These are practical points for all firms to consider that may bring some benefit to the services you provide. As always if we can be of any help please feel free to contact any one of the

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The General Scheme of the Companies (Corporate Enforcement Authority) Bill 2018 was published in December 2018. The purpose of the Bill is to make a number of amendments to the Companies Act 2014 (the “Act”) including:- The establishment of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) as a stand-alone agency, to be called

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Corporate Governance is becoming vital to all companies even SME companies. A corporate governance manual or board manual can bring clarity to the board of directors on what their role and responsibilities are and what is expected of them. It can also detail the best governance practices that the company can apply.

Acting as a director can be an onerous task never mind trying to stay on top of what your legal duties are as a company director. Managing risk and ensuring the company stays compliant with all requirements facing the company means boards should have regular training to keep them up to date with changes.

CRO got a reaction they were probably hoping for when they sent out their email on 12th October 2017 announcing “CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS  HAVE BEEN COMMENCED “. A lot of directors and presenters started asking “what was the chances of them or their companies being prosecuted by the CRO?” Even the title of the email was

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We finally have clarity on what the definition of a designated unlimited company and what private unlimited companies (“ULC”) will have to file financial statements with the Companies Registration Office. The new definition is bad news for many unlimited companies that were previously exempt from filing financial statements. The new definition applies to financial years

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