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The Company Secretary’s Handbook is the authoritative guide to company secretarial practice.
Coverage is comprehensive, from incorporation to winding up, detailing the procedures associated with boards of directors, company meetings, reporting and shares.
The Company Secretary's Checklists is the best-selling A–Z checklist guide for the most common company secretarial tasks and transactions.
Using a clear step-by-step approach, each checklist guides the reader through a range of common tasks from appointing and removing directors, preparing for company meetings, through to insolvency and winding up.
The Academy Governance Handbook contains a wealth of expert commentary explaining what the legal and regulatory frameworks mean for academy trusts.
An indispensable guide for those involved in governance within any trust, it aids and supports readers: identify and manage risks; comply with charity and company law; understand sources of income for trusts and their academies and explains the proper application and management of funds. It also covers the roles of responsibilities of boards and committees, with an in-depth look at the roles of clerks and company secretaries.
Academy Governance Checklists is ICSA’s new easy-to-use guide to key areas of academy trust administration and regulatory compliance.
Using a clear step-by-step approach, taking you through common terminology, procedures and good practice it will provide an invaluable guide to help you through your everyday tasks.
The Health Service Governance Handbook is the most comprehensive and useful guide in the field of corporate governance in the NHS.
It offers vital insight into the corporate governance landscape, exploring the principles and regulatory frameworks of corporate governance and how they relate to the NHS.
The Sports Governance Handbook is a practical and accessible resource which combines important governance theory with the practical application of such in sports organisations.
Equipping readers with the knowledge and key skills necessary to succeed in roles with governance responsibilities across the Sports sector, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in a sport’s governing body, league or club.
The revised edition of the Charity Handbook includes a wide range of relevant updates and draws on the broad expertise of a leading team of charity specialists.
Key features include a detailed review of the legal and regulatory requirements, best practice guidance, timetables, and sample documents. It is an indispensable guide for charity secretaries and anyone involved with running a charity.
The Non-Executive Directors’ Handbook has been refreshed and fully updated for this 5th edition and, given the increasingly significant role played by Non-Executive Directors in the independent oversight of organisations, it acts as an essential source of reference and route map for the role.
The Handbook is published by ICSA Publishing for the Non-Executive Directors’ Association (NEDA), and represents an accessible and practical guide for Non-Executive Directors at each stage of their NED career, from aspiring NEDs to retiring NEDs, as well as for their advisers – particularly company secretaries.
Corporate governance is something with which we are all increasingly familiar, but which is often misunderstood. Many organisations adhere to what they think is best practice in corporate governance without truly believing in what they are doing, or the benefits which it can bring.
Corporate Governance Unlocked is a succinct guide to what corporate governance is and why it matters. It looks at the evolution of corporate governance, how governance practice and regulation varies around the world and how lessons from the business sector have impacted upon the adoption of governance across the economy as a whole.
People frequently find themselves called upon to take minutes, with little guidance on how they are expected to produce an accurate record of what took place. Ambiguous agreements, a vague agenda, interruptions, and a poor chairperson are just some of the factors that can make this a daunting task.
Effective Minute Taking is a comprehensive, yet accessible book, which provides practical guidelines for overcoming most of the problems faced by minute takers and achieving accuracy in the minute taking process.
The focus of corporate governance thinking at the current time emphasises, perhaps more than ever before, the importance of defining and promoting a healthy corporate culture and of recognising and responding to the needs of a wide a range of stakeholders. Boards are increasingly expected to look beyond narrowly defined indicators of success in order to create a sustainable organisation that is aware of, and takes responsibility for, all the impacts of it activities.
This new edition of The ICSA Corporate Governance Handbook delves deeper than before into such issues in order to guide boards as they attempt to find an appropriate balance between more traditional financial considerations and other factors that may influence their decision making.
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The ICSA Company Secretary’s Checklists: Ireland is a comprehensive A-Z guide to the day-to-day tasks of company secretaries in Ireland. Based off of ICSA’s best-selling Company Secretary’s Checklists, this book has been rewritten throughout to cover Irish company law and practice.
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