COMPANY LAW REFRESHER COURSE
3 DAYS RESIDENTIAL WORKSHOP ON OPERATIONAL AND STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE, RISKS AND COMPLIANCE
DAYS & DATES
MONDAY 24TH AUGUST, 2009 TO WEDNESDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER, 2009
J. S. Lodha Auditorium, ICAI Bhawan, WIRC
5.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. (Reg. 5.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.)
Rs. 2400/- for Members (inclusive of course material
breakfast lunch & refreshments) (Please add Rs. 100/-
towards CA. Benevolent Fund as Voluntary Contribution)
CA. Durgesh Kabra
CA. Prafulla Chhajed
CA. Sunil Patodia
CA. Sanjeev Lalan
Regional Council Members
CA. Dinesh Juthawat
CA. Narrottam Bagadia
CA. Dinesh Gandhi
CA. Deepa Rathi
Venue Time Fees
TOPICS Key Note Address
CA. Rakesh Chandra, Chief Guest (Regional Director, Ministry of Company Affairs)
Formation of private & public companies, Advantage of private Companies with Licenses u/s. 25, Conversion of partnership firm to Co. Sec. 25 Additional procedure, Chapter IX : Corportisation
CA. Priti Oza
Compliances with Registrar of Companies with particular reference to MCA 21; Filling of various Forms; CIN; DIN; Digital Signature.
CS. Kaushik Zaveri
Approvals under Companies Act, 1956; Specific Approvals e.g. Change in Redg. Office with ROC having different Jurisdiction; Maintenance of Statutory Registers & their formats.
CA. Sanjay Shah
Recent amendments & changes in Company law with respect to reporting requirement by auditors. Account, Audit & Dividend
CA. Rakesh Rathi
General Meeting; Statutory; Annual General; Extra – Ordinary General; Other Meeting; Quorum; Procedure prior to meeting; Procedure during the meeting; procedure after the meeting; minutes; resolution
CS. Rohit Shah
Board Meeting, Constitution of Board; Change in Constitution of Board; Quorum; Procedure prior to meeting; Procedure during the meeting; procedure after the meeting; minutes; resolution
CA. Jayesh Thakur
Issue of share capital: Types of share alteration of capital: Issue of capital by private company: Issue of capital by public company: with reference to SEBI guidelines: Reduction of capital: buy – back of shares
CA. Datta Kalyaniwalla
Corporate restructuring including Merger, Amalgamation, Demerger. Transfer & Transmission of shares, Oppression & Mismanagement
CA. Jayant Thakur
DAY & DATE
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 28TH TO 30TH AUGUST, 2009 HOTEL RESORT, MADH ISLAND, MALAD-WEST
10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. (Registration 9.30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.)
Rs. 20,000 Rs. 25,000 Rs. 10,000
On twin sharing basis
Accompanying persons Non-Residential Participant Rs. 8,500
Workshop Chairman Workshop Director
CA. K. Raghu, Chairman IT Committee, ICAI
CA. Jaydeep N. Shah, Vice Chairman, IT Committee, ICAI
CA. Dhiraj Khandelwal, Member IT committee -WIRC
TOPICS 28th August, 2009
Corporate Governance a critical socio-economic issue known now for more than 2 decades.
Aspects of Governance – Strategic governance, operational governance and Cultural governance.
Operational Governance Areas – regulatory compliance, financial reporting, operational efficiencies and effectiveness. Operational areas of Governance – IT, HR, Accounting and Finance, Procurement, Sales and Marketing, Production (Business Operations).
Advent of Sarbanes Oxley Act – a revolutionary form of Corporate Governance Reporting by Auditors and Company’s Management.
Critical Review of the provisions of Sarbanes Oxley Act – its impact on Strategic, Operational and Cultural governance.
Role of Regulatory Agencies post SOX. Global Reaction to SOX.
Change in the Auditing Role post SOX. Auditors responsible for playing a larger role to report on effectiveness of internal controls / governance process.
29th August, 2009 Indian Perspective – Clause 49 of the listing agreement
Operational Governance – Accounting and Finance, Compliance, HR, IT, Procurement and Sales & Marketing.
Recent Global Financial Crisis of 2008 – magnitude of bailouts and bankruptcies. Root causes of Global Financial Crisis of 2008.
US Federal Reaction and initiatives. Upcoming Governance initiatives.
30th August, 2009
Need and Importance of Self Governance and Control Self Assessment.
IT Governance – areas and initiatives. IT is a key driver of business.
Effective and Efficient Governance – ROI on Governance procedures.
Case Studies on Control implementation and governance effectiveness.
Chartered Accountant – a key governance keeper as an Auditor, Risk Manager, CFO / CEO and as an Internal Auditor
ORGANIZED BY COMMITTEE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OF ICAI HOSTED BY: WIRC OF ICAI
For Seminar registration, contact Subhash Gurav on "WIRC" and sent to WIRC Office, I
65715690 or Vaishali 39802923. Cheques should be drawn in favour of CAI Bhawan, Cuffe Parade, Colaba, Mumbai 400005
July 2009 | Western India Chartered Accountants Newsletter