Find out more about the ICSA East Midlands branch
The ICSA East Midlands provides CPD and networking opportunities for ICSA members, students and associates living or working in the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire. Meetings are held on topics of professional interest and allow for informal discussion and a chance to network and share best practice with other local ICSA members and professionals.
Date: Thursday 5 July 2018
David Venus, International President, and Peter Swabey, Research and Policy Director, updated you on the introduction of the new qualifying programme syllabus, affiliated membership and the new designation of chartered governance professional. They also sought your views on the International Council proposals to build on these innovations, including a new name for ICSA. You can read more about the proposals here.
Peter then provided an overview on the most recent developments in corporate governance.
Date: Wednesday 14 March 2018
Peter Swabey FCIS, ICSA Policy and Research Director, provided an overview of the requirements in the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and consider the practical changes to policies and processes that will be necessary as a result.
All participants received a copy of the GDPR guidance note.
Following Peter's talk, we continued with the branch meeting and set up the formal election of officers.
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2017
The branch is being established to provide networking and CPD opportunities for ICSA members and students from all sectors in East Midlands including Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.
The opening address was by Craig Marsh, Dean of Lincoln International Business School. Followed by a briefing and discussion on the proposed Charter and byelaw changes that was put to a vote by the worldwide membership at the AGM on 4 October 2017.
Simon Osborne FCIS, CEO of the UK, Republic of Ireland and Associated Territories division, was joined by Frank Curtiss FCIS, to outline the strategic drivers for the proposed changes and what they would mean for you.
The meeting ended with a discussion on the future of ICSA East Midlands, including venue options, frequency of meetings, election of officers and themes.
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