Guidance for voluntary and community sector organisations to maintain good governance in the midst of the global COVID19 pandemic
Companies must now follow their Articles of Association in relation to the holding of general meetings.
The past year has been a challenging time for organisations across the sector but technology has enabled many of us to do things differently, whether it be holding our board meetings online or adapting our services to meet public health guidance.
Companies, registered societies and credit unions that are due to hold an AGM in early 2021 will be glad to hear that they will be permitted to hold this online.
If you missed the Developing Governance Group's webinar for Trustees' Week on the Code of Good Governance in a virtual world, you can watch it now below.
If you missed our webinar on Identifying and Managing Risk on 7 October 2020 you can watch it now via the link below.
Organisations that are due to hold an AGM in the autumn will be glad to hear that new temporary rules have come into force which allow companies, registered societies and credit unions to hold general meetings online.
NICVA facilitated a webinar on 24 September 2020 on 'Managing finances in uncertain times and the options for sustainability.'
Many boards will be faced with making difficult decisions in the near future so it is imperative that they are getting the right information to help achieve the best outcomes for their organisations.
NICVA facilitated a webinar on 3 July 2020 on Finanical Planning. Thanks to Rosemary Peters Gallagher OBE (Moore NI LLP) for delivering the session
If you missed our webinar on 'creating/reviewing your reserves policy' you can watch it now via the link below.
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