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Message from the President - April 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of the Agenda, our annual conference takes place on 23 May. We have assembled an excellent line up of speakers covering a range of topics including:

  • Interaction between the company secretary and the CEO
  • Learning from governance failure
  • Mindfulness
  • Updates from the CRO and CBI

It promises to be an excellent event with networking opportunities, view the programme and booking information

CPD events
Our CPD event ‘Brexit – What’s next’ was held on 2 March at the office of William Fry Solicitors and was very well attended with valuable insights provided by the presenters.

Our Student and Careers evening will be held on 4 May at the Dublin office of Robert Walters. The event will feature a presentation on networking skills and a panel discussion on the career experience of a number of company secretaries from various sectors. Book your place.

We continue to hold CPD events on all aspects of corporate governance and company law. Please check our website for details of upcoming events.

There have been a number of blogs posted over the past few months on topics relevant to company secretaries. 

Connect with us
I would urge you visit the webpage and to connect with us through our LinkedIn page. 

Calendar of events
A calendar of events is available through the Events tab of the website and I would encourage members to attend as many events as possible and to become an active member of ICSA in Ireland. Please note that these events are also open to non-members, so if you have any colleagues or friends who may be interested in attending, please urge them to come along.

Conclusion to this edition of Agenda
I would like to take this opportunity to thank McCann Fitzgerald Solicitors for contributing to this edition of Agenda. Should you have any queries in relation to any of the above articles please do not hesitate to contact me at president@icsacharteredsecretaries.ie.

Ruairí Cosgrove
President Irish Region