On Wednesday 29 February1 the Australian Institute of Company Directors, in conjunction with Ferguson Cannon Lawyers, will host a Business Briefing to provide Directors with some clarity around new reform and legislative updates.
Industry experts will discuss the implications of major reform including the Personal Properties Security Act (PPSA) – pertaining the registration of goods for lease or hire, OH&S laws, and the carbon pricing mechanism.
Australian Institute of Company Directors Sunshine Coast Committee Chairman, Natasha Read, says the briefing will provide attendees with invaluable knowledge on issues that are sure to impact on their organisations.
“Legislation such as the PPSA is complex and difficult to interpret in many segments. Unfortunately, this is a reform that is going to affect a lot of business leaders, particularly throughout South-East QLD”, Ms Read said.
“The opportunity to hear from, and question, an expert reform specialist will give business managers and owners a good understanding of the challenges ahead and the best course of action to overcome obstacles and avoid disruption”, she said.
This briefing is open to members and guests of Australian Institute of Company Directors and will take place at Novotel Twin Waters on Wednesday 29 February from 5.00pm onwards.
Legislative Update hits Sunshine Coast
Venue: Novotel Twin Waters
Date: Wednesday 29 February 2012
Time: 5.00pm – 7.00pm (drinks and canapés to follow)
Cost: $25.00 (members and their guests) $40.00 (non-member)
Contact: Jessie Rasmussen, Events Administrator, 07 3222 5500
Novotel Twin Waters, Twin Waters
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