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Companies Act, 2008

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Duration: 1 Day
CPD Hours: Attendance at this seminar will secure 2 hour/s verifiable CPD points including other professional bodies (SAICA, SAIBA, ACCA, IACSA, IRBA & etc)
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The Companies Act, 2008 has been effective for just over a year now. Most of us are still trying to understand the new requirements – do you know when directors need to perform solvency and liquidity tests? Or what will trigger a reportable irregularity when a review is performed? You have probably been on several courses, read the text books and consulted with many “experts”, what you need now is a few questions that you can ask to make sure you don’t miss anything. For example, take the question of whether or not the company is solvent and liquid: companies that are not solvent and liquid will have to consider more carefully when they enter into transactions like distributions, loans, etc. Are you confident that you can list at least nine more questions like this one? If so, do you know what to look out for if those questions indicate a potential problem?

The objective of this webinar is to highlight a few questions that you could ask to identify areas that may need further investigation. Each of these questions will be discussed, explaining you what to look out for all in practice and where to go for further information

1.Ten questions to ask 2.The categorisation of companies and its effect on reporting. 3.Meetings 4.Reportable irregularities 5.Financial assistance 6.Directors’ duties 7.Fundamental transactions

All staff members who are involved in client services and who are expected to have an understanding of the Companies Act requirements