FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 2024 * 1:30PM TO 5:00PM VIA ZOOM
The 2019 Revised Corporation Code of the Philippines that took effect on February 23, 2019 has tremendous impact on all corporations in the Philippines. This new legal framework introduces fresh concepts aligned with international best practices aimed at improving ease of doing business in the country. It will provide more protection to corporations and stockholders, and promote good corporate governance.
This three-hour webinar will comprehensively discuss not only the new law and its interpretation, but also updates on essential Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued regulations to brief you on what are still relevant or have become irrelevant, and recent jurisprudence affecting corporations.
As a member of the board and management, it your business to know the significant changes in the new law to help you in your compliance, in structuring your deals, and to avoid the legal pitfalls when making decisions during board and management meetings or when doing business and investing in the Philippines.
She served as Director of the Corporate Governance and Finance Department of the Securities and Exchange Commission until her retirement in 2017. Her responsibilities included the supervision of companies that are covered by new various Codes of Corporate Governance.
She also currently holds the following positions in different companies:
Independent Director of Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corporation
Independent Director of the Vista Land & Lifescapes, Inc.
Independent Director of Orix Metro Leasing and Finance Corporation
Independent Director of AIB Money Market Mutual Fund, Inc.
Director of the Securities Investor Fund, Inc.
Consultant of the ASA Philippine Foundation, a Microfinance NGO
I. General Provisions
II. Incorporation and Organization of Private Corporations
III. Board of Directors/ Trustees and Officers
IV. Powers of Corporations
VII. Stocks and Stockholders
VIII. Corporate Books and Records
IX. Merger and Consolidation
X. Appraisal Right
XI. Nonstock Corporation
XII. Close Corporations
XIII. Special Corporations
XV. Foreign Corporations
XVI. Investigations, Offenses and Penalties
XVII. Miscellaneous Provisions
XVIII. Updates on SEC Memorandum Circulars
XIX. Recent Jurisprudence affecting Corporations
*Note: This is an SEC-accredited training on Corporate Governance