Chartered Secretaries in Professional Practice Group

The Chartered Secretaries' in Professional Practice Group (CSPPG) is a group of members and students of the The Chartered Governance Institute who provide company secretarial services to the clients of their employing firms. Membership is predominantly, but not exclusively, drawn from the Institute's members working in firms of accountants and solicitors.  It also includes many members in Public Practice.

The group seeks to:

  • Enhance the profile of those working in professional practice
  • Provide a forum for its members whereby they can meet, exchange ideas and ultimately promote the interests of their sector.

Members benefit from:

  • Technical discussion groups
  • Presentations and the CSPPG annual conference
  • Social events

Application form for CSPPG membership.

Upcoming event

Unfortunately, there are no events scheduled at the moment. 

You might be interested in events, conferences and webinars, hosted by the Institute and other branches, that are designed to inform, develop and connect you to professionals from all sectors.

View a list of all of our events here

The Chartered Governance Institute has a new jobs service called ‘Jobs in Governance’ to bring you a more tailored approach to receiving the latest job roles.

Please go to to view the site and find your next role.

You can search for roles on the site by locations, job titles, salaries and keywords but we would strongly recommend registering for the site and setting up personalised ‘Job alerts’. To set up an account please click here:

Should you have any queries about the service, please contact Jonathan Samuel on

Contact the CSPPG

For more details or to get involved contact group secretary Sheila Doyle.

For membership and study enquiries please contact the student and membership team:

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