SAAA seminar & workshop: CIPC update – Feb 2015

Overview 

This half-day seminar has been designed to bring you up to date with the latest legislative developments relating to CIPC lodgements and company secretarial work, enabling you to ensure that the correct procedures are followed when starting and running a company. It will provide sufficient detail for those who require an update as well as an overview of the constitution of a company for those new to the subject.

This course is explained in plain language and includes practical examples and reference to all forms, providing a complete reference guide for future use.

For those of you who require more detailed help with CIPC forms, you will also have the opportunity to attend an interactive workshop in the afternoon, when presenter Elise Waldeck will take you through the forms in more depth and answer your specific queries.

Course content

  • Where are we with CIPC – has anything changed?
  • The composition of a company
  • The Close Corporation and the Companies Act, 71 of 2008
  • The Memorandum of Incorporation / shareholders agreement / rules of the company
  • The auditor and company records – what to look for?
  • A mini audit on company records
  • Private companies – owner held. When the shareholder and director is the same person.
  • Share certificates
  • Annual General Meeting – when to hold and when not to hold
  • Difference between an Annual General Meeting and General Meeting
  • Audit Committee and the private company
  • Company records – the Company Register vs the Securities Register
  • Special and ordinary shareholder resolutions
  • Director resolutions
  • Access to financial statements or other information
  • Why an annual return?
  • Additional accountability requirements for certain companies
  • Frequently asked questions

Who should attend

Auditors, Chartered Accountants, Professional Accountants and Business Accountants that are responsible for performing secretarial work for their clients. Accountants employed within a firm will also benefit from the course.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Attendance of this seminar will accrue 4 + 1 hours’ CPD for members of a relevant professional body such as ACCA, SAICA, AAT, SAIPA, SAIBA, IAC, CSSA, ICBA, LSSA, FPI, and the IBA. ACCA is a full member of IFAC. The ACCA CPD policy is compliant with IFAC IES7 and is recognised by SAICA, AAT, SAIPA, SAIBA, IAC, CIS and others.

Attendance of the half-day seminar plus the afternoon workshop will accrue 7 + 1 hours’ CPD.

Complete a free online assessment at the end of the event and receive an additional CPD point.

Cost

A variety of methods are available to participate in this event:

1. Half-day seminar

  • Non-members = R 1,099.00
  • SAAA members = R 1,044.05
  • Register here

2. Seminar and workshop

  • Non-members = R 1,990.00
  • SAAA members = R 1,890.50
  • Register here

3. Live webinar

4. DVD and notes

All prices include VAT.

When and where

3 February 2015

  • Morning seminar (09h00 – 13h30)
  • Afternoon workshop (14h00 – 16h30)
  • Lord Charles Hotel, Cape Town

9 February 2015

  • Morning seminar (09h00 – 13h30)
  • Afternoon workshop (14h00 – 16h30)
  • Riverside Hotel, Durban

12 February 2015

  • Morning seminar (09h00 – 13h30)
  • Afternoon workshop (14h00 – 16h30)
  • Wanderers Club, Johannesburg

20 February 2015

  • Morning seminar (09h00 – 13h30)
  • Afternoon workshop (14h00 – 16h30)
  • Diep in die berg, Pretoria

Click here for more information and registration.