23/09/2020

  • Wednesday 23 September: 11.00am - 12.00 pm

    As housing association structures, activities and funding becomes increasingly complex, our webinar will consider the role of the Company Secretary in light of current and future demands.
     
    Presenters:

    Our presenters work with a wide variety of housing associations, which adopt very different models when it comes to the Company Secretary role. 

    In this webinar we will:

    • explore the legal and regulatory requirements of the role
    • how the role has changed over time
    • how it varies both inside and outside of the housing sector
    • look at consistent themes that mark an effective Company Secretary
    • Rachel's experience including how the role operates at Longhurst Group

    Who should attend?
    Company Secretaries, Directors/Heads of Governance, Chief Executives and Finance Directors who:

    • are looking at ways to improve their governance and risk management structures
    • want to hear how other housing associations and sectors use the Company Secretary role to enhance their business. 
       

    REGISTER HERE

    This event is in partnership with DTP


    Any questions?

    Please email us at events@bevanbrittan.com and a member of our events team will be in touch with you within 3 working days.

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