Welcome to the latest edition of Agenda.
The deadline to file beneficial ownership information to the RBO for most Irish companies is 22 November 2019. More information on the filing process is included in our featured Agenda article.
We had great attendances at our two recent CPD events in September and October. We look forward to welcoming members to our last CPD event of the year on the morning of Tuesday 5 November on the topic of 'Share Capital Toolkit - Tax and Accounting Considerations', kindly hosted by PwC.
November is a busy month for the Institute. We have a lunchtime event with Carmichael on ‘Boardroom ethics and behaviour’ for the not-for-profit sector on 14 November, kindly hosted by Arthur Cox, and our AGM and annual lunch on the day after that in Fire restaurant, Dublin.
We are running a training course for mentors on 3 December, and new mentors are welcome. See the webpage for further details.
If you know of any students or colleagues who might be interested in pursuing a career as a Chartered Secretary / Governance Professional, they can contact us on our email address and our Business Development Manager, John Burns, will be pleased to follow up with them.
I am also looking for volunteers who may be interested in participating on our Irish Region Committees. If you are interested in getting involved, please get in touch.
We offer a service for members and students where they can receive weekly emails highlighting the latest vacancies for company secretaries and governance professionals. Sign up to receive these alerts.
There have been a number of blogs posted over the last few months on topics relevant to Company Secretaries. Read more.
A calendar of events is available through the Events tab of the website and I would encourage members and students to attend as many events as possible and to become an active member of the Chartered Governance Institute 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 invite them to come along.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank McCann Fitzgerald and Ray Hunt 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.
President of the Chartered Governance Institute in Ireland