Entries by Sana Khan

The New Golden Standard to Employee Performance Review!

This performance review is courtesy of my friend and colleague Jaime Buelta. Thank you Jaime for giving me the best performance review ever! Although now the expectations for next year’s review is higher…     Check out Jaime’s Twitter and Blog for interesting and fun information. Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaimebuelta?lang=en Blog/Personal Website: https://wrongsideofmemphis.wordpress.com/

International conference “Global Financial Market and Corporate Governance: Issues of Efficiency and Performance”

International conference “Global Financial Market and Corporate Governance: Issues of Efficiency and Performance” Nuremberg, September 25, 2014 CONFERENCE CONCEPT Global financial market became an outrageous battlefield between various companies. Under pressure of the competition, in their seek for higher efficiency, market control and competitive strengths yesterday’s inveterate enemies merge, weaker ones become victims of hostile […]

The Companies Act 2014 and Company Secretaries

A company secretary holds office based on the concept of independence and trust, reflecting the confidentiality of the role. He/she is key to the application of best practice in corporate governance which is increasingly critical to an organisation’s reputation and success. Company secretaries generally are one of the company’s named representatives on legal documents. It […]

Corporate Governance and the Regultory Environment for Irish Directors—Part II

Since the financial crisis, there has been a vast overhaul of the legal and regulatory regime of corporate governance and directors’ duties within Ireland. The Companies Act 2014 (the “2014 Act”) has codified the common-law principles of directors’ duties and the regulatory overhaul, through the Central Bank of Ireland and the proactive nature of the […]

Corporate Governance and the Regultory Environment for Irish Directors—Part I

Since the financial crisis, there has been a vast overhaul of the legal and regulatory regime of corporate governance and directors’ duties within Ireland. The Companies Act 2014 (the “2014 Act”) has codified the common-law principles of directors’ duties and the regulatory overhaul, through the Central Bank of Ireland and the proactive nature of the […]