Companies Act 2014 Premium Toolkit
The Companies Act 2014 is the single biggest piece of legislation enacted in the history of the state. The commencement of the Act on the 1st of June brings over 15 years of consultation, preparation and work to a conclusion. This significant change impacts directly on professional advisors, SME companies and their directors. With change like this comes significant challenge, but we believe the act presents an opportunity for accountants to consolidate their position as The Trusted Advisors to Irish SMEs.
We have disseminated the 1,448 Sections of The Companies Act 2014 and produced overview guides and practical helpsheets to get you up to speed and down to work straight away. Your clients are going to have questions and business isn’t going to stand still. We have done the hard work so you don’t have to.
OmniPro works at the heart of the Accountancy profession. We provide practical support to accountants, their companies and clients in the areas of Financial Reporting, Auditing, Tax, Company Law & Regulation. We have a multidisciplinary team who can give real insights into the challenges we face on a day-to-day basis. We are here to help you navigate your way through the transition to the new financial reporting regime. We invest in the assimilation and simplification of the complexities of the accountancy world so you don’t have to.
Implementation Of The Companies Act 2014 Seminar
What Our Seminar Attendees Are Saying
Absolutely essential for any practitioner looking for a practical application of the Companies Act 2014Cathal Maher
The enthusiasm of the speaker (Des) kept me very much awake during both sessions…particularly during that critical time immediately after lunch!Paul Whelan
Des delivered and focused on main points and impact on SME/Clients. Very practical. Excellent communicator. Gets participants involved at outset, allowing for their input.Joe Cussen
Course was delivered excellently. Des managed to keep interest level up despite difficult topicsYvonne McCormack
The perfect tool for practitioners to get up to date on one of the most important changes to affect our profession in the past decadeDarren Flanagan