IR regulation update (online)
The regulatory landscape is constantly changing. This half-day course will bring you up to date with all the latest developments impacting on IR practitioners. You will explore those changes currently being made as well as those planned for the future.
Who should attend?
This course is for people who have already attended the IR regulation and compliance essentials courses and would like an update on changes in the rules and regulations. It would also be useful for others involved in IR, such as company secretaries or finance directors.
The IR Society recommends all practitioners attend this course at least once every two years to ensure they keep up to date with legal and best practice requirements.
What will I gain?
- An overview of the current regulatory themes
- A solid understanding of forthcoming regulatory changes
- Updates on best practice in the corporate reporting regime, corporate governance and stewardship
"This course was the right length and covered all the relevant content. Good to hear other companies' experiences."
"A very clear and well structured course, taking a good sweep across regulatory developments. A useful update and the discussion format worked very well - I would definitely recommend this course to all IROs!"
"A very useful refresher!"
Course tutor: Deborah Morton-Dare
Deborah specialises in financial training for all levels from beginners to advanced. She presents a comprehensive range of courses to a diverse range of corporate clients and financial institutions and specialises in making complex technical subjects comprehensible.
Deborah qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Young and then worked in Corporate Finance gaining wide ranging experience in a variety of corporate and financial institutions. She then worked as a financial consultant to companies assisting them in raising finance and structuring.
- Changes to the Financial Services and Markets Act
- The FCA Handbook
- The UK Corporate Governance Code
- The UK Stewardship code
- Companies Act 2006
- Narrative reporting and EU consultations