ONLINE: Minute Taking

Session Outline

The lecture on keeping minutes sets out the legal requirements for all companies in Malta in connection with minutes of Directors’ and Shareholders’ meetings, as well as additional requirements for entities regulated by the MFSA.
The lecture will take you through the process from sending notice of meetings to circulating the minutes to the Board after the meeting. You will also get the benefit of handy hints and tips for enhancing your minute-taking

Who should attend ?

The course will be of particular interest to company secretaries, lawyers, anyone responsible for taking minutes at meetings and staff carrying out supporting legal and corporate administrative duties relating to the provision of company secretarial services in all types of professional services and commercial firms

Date

25th June,2020

Time

1500 – 1700hrs

Participation Fee

€30; payment by bank transfer upon receipt of our invoice with the bank details

Registration

If you are interested kindly register here

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Registration closes Tuesday 23rd June.

Certification

A certificate of attendance will be issued to all participants who attend the session.

Lecturer

Dr.James Debono; Advocate, GANADO Advocates

Dr James Debono is an Associate within GANADO Advocates’ Banking and Finance team, assisting institutional as well as start up clients on various regulatory matters, particularly in the fields of fintech, blockchain and crowdfunding. Besides being involved in financing transactions, James advises clients on corporate matters including formation of companies, corporate governance and general company law.  Prior to joining the Banking and Finance Team, James formed part of the Corporate Finance team and the Investment Services and Funds team, focusing on financings, and the setting up of investment services providers (including funds and asset management firms) from the Malta Financial Services Authority.

 

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