The Companies Acts 1963-2013 will shortly be replaced by a new Consolidated Companies Act. It is expected that the new Companies Act will commence in early 2015 and it is the largest piece of legislation ever to go through the Oireacthas.
What will it mean for your company?
All owners of private companies will be affected to some extent. In many instances, there may be a requirement to draft a new constitution to replace the company’s Memorandum and Articles of Association. Some owners may wish to opt to convert the existing company into a new form of company called a Designated Activity Company.
In association with Wexford Chamber, we will be hosting an information evening to explain the practical implications of the new Companies Consolidation Bill. Meet your peers, join the discussion and share your views/concerns on Wednesday 9 April in the Talbot Hotel, Wexford.
Tea/Coffee and Registration is from 5.30pm and presentations will commence at 6.00pm. This will be followed by a Question and Answer session, which will conclude at around 7.00pm.
Reserve your place by contacting Geraldine Mahony on firstname.lastname@example.org or at 053 9152400 by C.O.B Wednesday 2 March 2014.
We look forward to seeing you there.