Many people take on directorship of a social enterprise or co-operative without fully understanding their legal responsibilities or liabilities, but as a director it is critical that you understand what your role encompasses. A strong board of directors that is fully engaged with an organisation and providing robust scrutiny of its activities, can play a vital role in ensuring its future success. The aim of this workshop is to provide an opportunity to discuss and understand the roles and responsibilities of directors.
This seminar will provide:
Clarity on the role of the director
An opportunity to discuss the Companies Act
An opportunity to explore the director’s duties, both legal and fiduciary
Clarity on what is meant by wrongful and fraudulent trading.
Who should attend?
This workshop is suitable for those who are new to the role of director or for those who have been in position for a while, but require an update in relation to their roles and responsibilities.
When & Where
Wales Co-operative Centre
The Wales Co-operative Centre was set up thirty years ago and ever since we’ve been helping businesses grow, people to find work and communities to tackle the issues that matter to them. Our advisors work co-operatively across Wales, providing expert, flexible and reliable support to develop sustainable businesses and strong, inclusive communities.
Sefydlwyd Canolfan Cydweithredol Cymru ddeng mlynedd ar hugain yn ôl a byth ers hynny yr ydym wedi bod yn cynorthwyo busnesau i dyfu, pobl i ganfod gwaith a chymunedau i fynd i’r afael â’r materion sy’n bwysig iddynt. Mae ein cynghorwyr yn gweithio’n gydweithredol ar draws Cymru, gan ddarparu cefnogaeth arbenigol, hyblyg a dibynadwy i ddatblygu busnesau cynaliadwy a chymunedau cryf, cynhwysol.