Supporting the personal and professional development of Women Chartered Secretaries.
For the past 90 years we have been supporting the personal and professional development of women chartered secretaries.
AWCS members have access to a lively programme of educational, social and networking events. Our exclusive mentoring scheme enables those who are new to our profession to draw on the knowledge of more experienced members.
The Committee organises events, at least monthly, ranging from technical, personal development and social events.
Emily Carlisle, Beatriz de Araujo and Jo Hewitt of Baker & McKenzie LLP will focus on the significant areas of change and developing market practice which impact the drafting of the narrative sections of annual reports, as well as highlighting the issues to consider in the year ahead from an UK and pan-European perspective, which includes the 4th AML Directive and Corporate Governance reforms. They will also consider the approvals and publishing of statements which will be required to be approved and/or disclosed by legal entities during 2018.
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GDPR Panel Discussion
Wednesday, 21st February 2018 at 6.30pm
With the General Data Protection Regulation ('GDPR') coming into force in May 2018, the pressure is on for companies to ensure they are compliant with the legislation.
The AWCS is pleased to announce that we will be holding a panel discussion with GDPR experts from varied backgrounds. The discussion will look to explain what the new legislation will entail as well as highlight the key topics for Board discussion and key actions Company Secretaries can take to prepare themselves for May 2018.
You can’t just take the Corporate Governance Code and expect subsidiary boards simply to act as lower-level versions of the Group board. Although they have some things in common, the characteristics of subsidiary governance are too significant to gloss over.
“Subsidiary governance” means different things to different organisations. Irrespective of your sector, please come and join us for an interactive and highly practical session looking at how Company Secretaries can approach the challenge of subsidiary governance, starting from a high-level and then working down into the detail.
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Full information to follow.