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The board of any organisation is the key forum at which strategy is agreed, performance monitored and executive actions held to account on behalf of its stakeholders.
You can’t just take the Corporate Governance Code and expect subsidiary boards simply to act as lower-level versions of the group board.
While the pace of regulatory change continues, there have been a number of recent developments especially in the Accounting arena that are of particular relevance to company secretaries where interpretation of financial statements is an important aspect of their role.
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A key element of the role of any company secretary in Ireland is the interaction with the Companies Registration Office (“CRO”).
Ruairí Cosgrove, President, ICSA Irish Region writes in the March 18th edition of the Sunday Business Post on why there is so much demand for this important role. To see the article in full continue reading below.