ICSA AGM focuses on the importance of adopting a professional ethos

London/Belfast, 24 October 2014 – Dr Lisa Bradley, from the University of Ulster, gave an inspiring talk to governance professionals on the importance of adopting a professional ethos as a state of mind at ICSA’s Northern Ireland Branch AGM on 15 October.

Addressing members and students of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators undertaking the University of Ulster’s MSc in Corporate Governance, she similarly impressed on them the need to build effective personal and professional networks.

The event, which took place at the Ramada Plaza, also saw Chris Glennie, the Institute’s Business Development Director, consider future opportunities for the Institute and the governance profession in general afforded by current developments in the public and private sectors globally.

The following office holders were elected at the AGM:

  • Siobhan O’Neill, Chair 
  • Terry Coyne, Vice-Chair 
  • Geoffrey Jordan, Secretary 
  • Lowrie Watson, Treasurer

ICSA aims to be the natural home for governance and compliance professionals and the Northern Ireland Branch will be holding a number of professional development events over the next twelve months. Social events will also be well catered for with the annual black tie dinner scheduled for 13 November and the Christmas lunch scheduled for 8 December.

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For further information, please contact:

Terry Coyne, Vice-Chair
coyne108@btinternet.com 

or

Maria Brookes, Media Relations Manager:

mbrookes@icsa.org.uk  
+44 (0)20 7612 7072
+44 (0)7890 649 143


Notes to Editors:

  1. ICSA (Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators) is the chartered membership and qualifying body for professionals working in governance, risk and compliance, including company secretaries. Our members work in all sectors and at every level of seniority. With over 120 years of experience, we champion high governance standards by providing qualifications, training, high-quality guidance and support (including technical resources, publications and software), and through our work with regulators and policy makers. 
    Website: www.icsa.org.uk
  2. ICSA’s Northern Ireland branch was established in 1934 and comprises members who work in the private, public and voluntary and community sectors. The branch promotes the highest standards in Chartered Secretaryship and represents and supports the profession. In furtherance of this objective, the Branch Committee organises a mixture of professional and social events which take place throughout the year. The branch has a close relationship with the University of Ulster. Students who successfully complete the Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Management and Corporate Governance can become graduate members of ICSA and prizes are awarded to outstanding students at the branch’s annual dinner.

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