Date: Tuesday 6 November 2018
ICSA Isle of Man's CPD event was delivered by Terence McDonald and was entitled "Is working in the finance sector a dangerous occupation?" The talk explored the risks of working in a financial sector and how workers in this field can protect themselves.
Terence has been in legal practice for nearly 30 years and has lectured on numerous business legal subjects and taught students studying for the ICSA qualification.
He holds degrees from three universities, a Bachelors Degree in Law as well as an MA and LLM. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and a Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths. Terence is currently a member of the Isle of Man Law Society Council.
Date: Tuesday 2 October 2018
Our speaker for this event, Stuart Crane, is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments (Chartered FCSI), Registered Trust and Estate Practitioner (STEP) and a Fellow of various Accountancy bodies in the UK holding a Public Practicing Certificate.
Please view the resources from this event:
Date: Tuesday 3 July 2018
Simon Osborne FCIS, Chief Executive of ICSA UKRIAT and David Venus, International President 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.
Date: Wednesday 9 May 2018
This conference focused on themes relevant to the Isle of Man. It provided attendees with an insight into the latest thinking and offered a unique opportunity to share ideas and gain valuable knowledge on some of the challenges faced by organisations on the island.
Date: Friday 2 March 2018
This black tie dinner is the premier social event for governance professionals living and working on the island and a great chance to network.
We were joined by Lord Finkelstein OBE, Associate Editor of The Times, as our guest speaker for the evening. As a prominent commentator, Lord Finkelstein’s talks provide a sharp and entertaining insight into the political scene.
Date: Thursday 25 January 2018
We will be introducing a new syllabus for our qualifying scheme in autumn 2019. Our first priority is to make sure that, as a current student, you know what’s changing, how it may affect you, and exactly what your next steps should be. It is important to us that your studies are not disrupted by these changes and that you move seamlessly from the current syllabus to the new one.
Your exam results will be available online on 30 January. Later that week, please look out for a letter from ICSA advising you which modules you should take in the following examination sessions. There will be three further examination sessions before the syllabus changes, which will make it easy for you to plan for a smooth transition. Once you have received your letter, our student support team will be on hand to answer any further questions that you have.
Date: Thursday 14 September 2017
Simon Osborne FCIS, CEO of the UK, Republic of Ireland and Associated Territories division, outlined the strategic drivers for the proposed changes, and what they would mean for you. He will also answer any questions that you have and look forward to hearing your views on these issues.
Date: Wednesday 10 May 2017
This year's Isle of Man conference took on the theme of ‘Securing the Future’ and considered the important role that GRC professionals have to play in steadying the ship during times of great risk and uncertainty. Please see below for the photos and presentation slides from this conference.
Date: Thursday 20 April 2017
Venue: Garden Room, Sefton Hotel, Harris Promenade – Douglas
Time: 12.30pm – 2.30pm
The agenda for the meeting addressed current Institute matters including the recent sale of our two subsidiaries, ICSA Software International Limited and ICSA Boardroom Apps Limited, to Diligent Corporation.