Posts Tagged: company secretarial

The Companies (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Covid-19) Act 2020 was commenced on 21st August 2020 and it introduces temporary measures to assist companies and Industrial and Provident Societies (“IPS”) deal with issues due to the impact of COVID-19. One of the key provisions is the ability to hold members and creditor meetings electronically. Interim Period The new

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The General Scheme of the Companies and Industrial and Provident Societies (Covid-19) (Amendment) Bill 2020 was published outlining the proposed emergency measures for companies and Industrial and Provident societies dealing with COVID-19 issues. The proposals are to help companies hold electronic meetings while complying with the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines issued by the Government. Timeframe

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The ODCE issued a guidance document “COVID-19 and the insolvency-related functions of the ODCE” providing some helpful and welcome guidance to directors of companies impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Directors of companies that go into liquidation face restriction proceedings unless they can demonstrate that they have acted “honestly and responsibly”. Only a small minority of

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Conor will be speaking at a free webinar hosted by The Chartered Governance Institute in Ireland along with The Housing Agency on Wednesday 1 July. Conor will address Corporate Governance, Company Law, and practical compliance concerns for OMCs. David Rouse (advisor with The Housing Agency) will set the context and background, growth in OMC numbers,

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Company Law Webinar

Conor will present a Company Law and Company Secretarial update for ACCA on 10th June 2020. Overview of topics covered: CRO reduced services Filing annual returns with CRO Holding company meetings electronically What are the annual company secretarial requirements for a company Signing documents on behalf of the company Appointing a second or alternate director

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An overused phrase at the moment but these are challenging times we are living in. Most importantly, we hope you, your family and your colleagues are safe and well. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on how companies operate and so survival, paying staff and keeping the business afloat are always the most

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