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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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
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.
A revised version of the Governance Code for Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations was published on 27th October, 2016. The Code is principles-based and is adopted on a “comply-or-explain” basis. It comprises a set of recommended practices for the boards of community, voluntary and charitable organisations. In late 2015 the Governance Code Working Group (GCWG)
Conor Sweeney outlines the important changes affecting the role of Company Secretary following the implementation of the Companies Act 2014. All the Company Secretaries in Ireland breathed a huge sigh of relief when the CLRG recommended to retain the requirement to have a Company Secretary and instead removed the need for a second director for