Premium Members 2017 Bootcamp


CPD Allocation 9 Hours
Speaker Des O’Neill & John Murphy , OmniPro

Topics & Dates

Webinar Title



Annual Compliance and Filing Requirements for Ltd and ULC Companies 10/03/2017 15:00 – 16:15
Directors’ Duties and Offences 24/03/2017 13:30 – 14:45
Companies (Accounting) Bill 2016 13/04/2017 12:00 – 13:15
Directors Loans and Transactions 21/04/2017 15:00 – 16:15
Application of the Summary Approval Procedure 05/05/2017 13:30 – 14:45
Restructuring and Reorganisations 19/05/2017 15:00 – 16:15

As you are a subscriber to the Premium Toolkit, I am delighted to announce the launch of our Company Law Bootcamp. Your annual subscription gives you access to the 6 Webinar Bootcamp Series, at no additional cost.

This webinar series is designed as an interactive event with the final 25 minutes dedicated to questions and answers. We will be sending you a link to a survey which you can complete at any stage during the series to submit questions.

Don’t worry if you can’t make all the webinars. We will be recording each webinar, and within 24 hours they will be published in the members area, including the video and supporting documents.

If you have any questions or if you wish to cancel your registration for any reason, please email [email protected].

Company Law – New Legislation and Going Deeper into the 2014 Act

Less than 2 years after the commencement of Companies Act 2014 we are faced with new legislation in the form of the Companies Accounting Bill 2016. While this piece of legislation is long overdue and very welcome in terms of introducing reduced requirements for small and micro enterprises it is going to change our landscape again and bring in new requirements and new formats.

Companies Act 2014 is well bedded down at this stage but we are still seeing problems and mistakes in terms of the implementation along with lost or missed opportunities contained in the new provisions

What do the 2017 changes look like?

It is not possible to list all of the changes and key areas for companies and accountants but here are some of the highlights:

  • The small entities regime which integrates S.1A of FRS 102
  • The micro entities regime which integrates FRS 105
  • New abridged accounts formats with more and sometimes less detail going into the CRO
  • Fundamental shifts in relation to unlimited companies
  • Possibilities in relation to directors remuneration and transactions disclosures within the Micro Entity framework
  • Opportunities in relation to S.239 directors and connected person loans using the S.203 SAP procedure
  • New restructuring and group consolidation considerations

As you well know change costs money and time.

How can we help?

We have invested a lot of time reading the two pieces of legislation which comes to almost 1550 sections of legislation in total. We have looked in detail at how the Companies Accounting Bill interacts with and changes Companies Act 2014. We have distilled all those changes, new sections and requirements, deletions and corrections down into a simple digestible form. We want to share that with you so that you get things right without spending the time trudging through legislation, which having spent hundreds of hours reviewing and analysing does not make for easy reading.

The Company Law Bootcamp

Our interactive webinar series is running during March and April 2017 and it will bring you and your team through the new legislation and the core concepts of the 2014 Act. You will be given the opportunity to submit questions in advance of each session and you will have the opportunity to ask questions live in the webinar. We will be preparing the key topics based on the lessons we have learned in the last 12 months and based on our extensive interaction with the accountancy profession on the core challenge areas. With 25 minutes of each webinar dedicate to Questions and Answers we will be able to tailor the training so your individual needs are met.

Why this Bootcamp?

The first reason is because accountants are really growing to like our webinar formats. It has all the interactivity of a live event. The same quality, the same value, the same standard of handouts and supporting material. Everything is the same only we come to your desk and you build your day around the webinar and even have a cup of tea and a biscuit while attending a core competency CPD event.

What do you get in the Bootcamp?

As well as the all-important 9 hours CPD you will also get valuable handouts and material in the form of financial statements, checklists, step plans, guidance documents, practical examples and detailed legislative analysis. You will have the knowledge you need in relation to company law to fulfil your role as the trusted advisor.