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Company Secretary and the Audit Process

Company Secretary and the Audit Process

08 August 2016

While much is written about the value company secretaries offer to board and management, there is less awareness of the multiple ways in which they can specifically support the work of financial directors and auditors. Read more

Dynamic initiative to boost governance in the charity sector

Dynamic initiative to boost governance in the charity sector

08 July 2016

Governance and compliance are sometimes seen as being solely concerned with big business, so much so that when we think of the necessity for proper management and regulation, or the consequences of a failure to implement such. Read more

New Market Abuse Regime

New Market Abuse Regime

29 June 2016

On 3 July 2016, the existing Irish laws and regulations governing “market abuse” (consisting of insider dealing, market manipulation and the unlawful disclosure of inside information) will be replaced with a new regime. Read more

Brexit – Where does Ireland stand?

Brexit – Where does Ireland stand?

02 June 2016

With Britain’s referendum on EU membership less than a month away, there is no shortage of economic reports and high profile figures warning of the dire consequences that could follow a vote to leave. Read more

The biggest event for governance professionals in Ireland

The biggest event for governance professionals in Ireland

10 May 2016

The annual ICSA Ireland Conference is long established as the key opportunity of the year for companies to access all of the latest global research, expertise and emerging insights that are transforming the areas of corporate governance and compliance and reshaping the work of the company secretary. In the midst of a period of significant…. Read more

Data Protection - A Matter of Trust

Data Protection - A Matter of Trust

12 April 2016

“The digital future of Europe,” Andrus Ansip, Vice President for the Digital Single Market noted in December 2015, “can only be built on trust.” His comments crowned four years of intense negotiation, the result of which is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), expected to be formally adopted by the European Parliament and Council in... Read more

Conversion under Companies Act 2014 – Have you converted yet?

Conversion under Companies Act 2014 – Have you converted yet?

07 April 2016

One of the main innovations of the Companies Act 2014 (“the Act”) was the introduction of changes to a number of existing company types. Chief amongst these changes was the introduction of two new Company types the “Limited” (LTD) and the “Designated Activity Company” (DAC). All existing companies currently registered as a private company limited…. Read more

2016 a significant year for Irish companies

2016 a significant year for Irish companies

02 February 2016

From a corporate governance and compliance standpoint, 2016 will be a significant year for Irish companies. With the economy growing strongly and records for 2015 showing the highest level of new company registrations since the onset of the recession, there is plenty of reason for optimism across the corporate landscape. Yet the legal and regulatory…. Read more

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