What keeps directors up at night?

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Price
$149.00

CPD Points 1.5

Competency
  • C4: Substantive Law (1.5)

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With an increasing volume of legislation imposing personal liability on company directors, a fast pace of regulatory reform, a rise in shareholder class actions and increased scrutiny from regulators, the role of directors is becoming ever more complex. Explore the increasing regulatory burdens facing directors in 2014 in this highly entertaining and informative seminar which focuses on topical case examples.

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What keeps directors up at night?
As a partner of K&L Gates, Adam Levine advises on a broad range of commercial matters, including equity capital markets, takeovers and schemes of arrangement, business sales and acquisitions, regulatory compliance, corporate governance, and general corporate advisory work.

Course Summary

With an increasing volume of legislation imposing personal liability on company directors, a fast pace of regulatory reform, a rise in shareholder class actions and increased scrutiny from regulators, the role of directors is becoming ever more complex. Explore the increasing regulatory burdens facing directors in 2014 in this highly entertaining and informative seminar which focuses on topical case examples.

Course Details

With an increasing volume of legislation imposing personal liability on company directors, a fast pace of regulatory reform, a rise in shareholder class actions and increased scrutiny from regulators, the role of directors is becoming ever more complex. Explore the increasing regulatory burdens facing directors in 2014 in this highly entertaining and informative seminar which focuses on topical case examples.
 
Key reasons to complete this seminar:
  • Gain an overview of regulatory requirements
  • Consider key duties and board practices