The duties and responsibilities of directors are many, and often their legal and governance responsibilities are lost amidst the pressures of their day jobs. Our publications equip directors with the knowledge and skills they need to perform their roles to the benefit of their organisations.
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High performing boards are critical to the success of an organisation. From board composition to leading from the front, these titles support you manage your board effectively.
Author: Nigel Banerjee
Price: £79.95 | July 2015 ISBN: 9781860726118
The ICSA Company Law Handbook provides a clear, concise account of the key features of the company law regime in the UK, with aparticular emphasis on matters of interest to those involved in running or advising private companies.
Authors: Bernadette Barber, Barbara Allen
Price: £74.95 | June 2017 ISBN: 9781860727122
The focus of corporate governance thinking at the current time emphasises, perhaps more than ever before, the importance of defining and promoting a healthy corporate culture and of recognising and responding to the needs of a wide a range of stakeholders. This new edition of Corporate Governance Handbook delves deeper than before into such issues in order to guide boards as they attempt to find an appropriate balance between more traditional financial considerations and other factors that may influence their decision making.
Author: Martha Bruce
Price: £39.95 | March 2013 ISBN: 9781860724824
Directors of UK companies have an extensive range of legal responsibilities, not just in relation to managing the company but also to employees, shareholders, customers and other stakeholders. Now in its fifth edition, The ICSA Director's Guide explains all the core duties and liabilities of being a director from appointment to resignation, including disclosures, shareholder relations and corporate governance.
Author: Cecile Gillard
Price: £34.95 | July 2017 ISBN: 9781860726965
Packed with helpful advice, this book offers all the information needed to set up and run a successful charity. From legal parameters and their practical impacts, through finance and managing assets, to the roles and responsibilities of charity boards and trustees, the book provides both theory and practice, with case studies to examine where things have gone both right and wrong.
Author: Nicholas Currie
Price: £27.95 | July 2013 ISBN: 9781860724527
How to Run a Limited Company covers the entire life-cycle of a company, from formation and registration through core compliance tasks such as managing shares, meetings, and reports and accounts, through to wind-up and insolvency. The book will provide readers with the practical tools and resources required to successfully establish and operate a private limited company.