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Keeping up to speed with corporate governance

New legislation has made it imperative for directors and executives, as well as employees and stakeholders, to be aware of legal implications and compliance

18th March, 2018
Pictured at the launch of the Certificate in Company Secretarial Law and Practice part of the Society’s autumn courses were, from left, John Lunney, Diploma Centre, Law Society of Ireland; Eleanor Daly, General Counsel, FEXCO; Tracy Byrne, Solicitor, Company Secretary, Standard Life; and Ruairí Cosgrove, Vice-President, ICSA Ireland

In this digital age, where information is available at the touch of a button, it is becoming increasingly crucial that companies of every size have a deep understanding of corporate governance.

New legislation has made it imperative for directors and executives, as well as employees and stakeholders, to be aware of legal implications and compliance. And since the recession, many company directors have received training to get up to speed with relevant regulations – but...

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