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How to run a virtual AGM
Online Training

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When

Tue, 11 Aug from
10:00 to 11:00 (BST)

Where

Cost

From £49

About the training

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 allows RSLs to hold virtual AGM's up until 30 September 2020.   

As part of its Covid-19 series of briefings, SFHA issued Practical Governance Advice that included guidance on holding a virtual AGM under these provisions, along with FAQs about AGMs in the current circumstances.   

At this webinar, Mark Ewing from TC Young will provide an overview of the key considerations organisations should keep in mind when holding a virtual AGM this year, and answer any burning questions delegates may have. 

This opportunity for a legal perspective will be invaluable for those who attend, especially given Mark drafted the SFHA Model Rules 2020 and therefore has expert knowledge of the AGM requirements and process for the sector.

Who should attend?

This session will be particularly useful for staff and governing body members with responsibility for arranging and/or facilitating an AGM in 2020.

Costs & how to book

Rates start at £49 for SFHA members and £79 for non members. To book your place use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.

Once your place has been confirmed you will receive the link for the training around 24 hours before which you will use on the day to access it.

We are broadcasting this training on Zoom.

Costs

Member Price £49

Non-member Price £79

Speakers

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Mark Ewing
TC Young

Mark has over 30 years’ experience working with numerous Registered Social Landlords (RSLs), charities and voluntary organisations. 

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He is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in charity law.  Mark is experienced in providing advice on governance and regulation for RSLs. He worked with the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations and the Scottish Housing Regulator drafting new model rules for RSLs in response to the Scottish Housing Regulator’s new Regulatory Framework. His experience has been acknowledged externally in Legal 500 and Chambers Legal Guide where he is recognised as a notable practitioner.  

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