Tuesday June 2, 2020

Company secretaries continuing to raise standards in Irish boardrooms

Corporate governance is forever changing, but the Chartered Governance Institute has the guidance and qualifications to keep you informed

29th March, 2020
Salvador Nash, president of the Chartered Governance Institute, Ireland

Under company law in Ireland, every company must have a company secretary. This is where the Chartered Governance Institute in Ireland can help with a focus on making sure that all governance matters of a company are kept in check and monitored to the highest of standards.

But what does a company secretary do? According to John Burns, Business Development Manager, Ireland, the role is an essential part of corporate life for PLCs, law and...

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