CIPC Update 2024

Available from

29 May, 2024

CPD

3

Course Category:

Practice Management

Level:

Moderate

To discuss the importance of conducting independent reviews in terms of prescribed standards and regulations. May 2024

 

Category: Practice Management

R 375 VAT Incl.

Product Information

What you will learn

Attending this webinar will equip you with the following skills:

  • Appreciate the role of the CIPC and what it requires you to comply with as provided for by the Companies Act.
  • Gain an awareness of and an understanding of notices that have been issued by the CIPC in the past year. 
  • Acquire full knowledge of the general information the CIPC requires you to lodge with them.
  • Competently lodge information and documents for beneficial ownership as required by the CIPC.
  • Be able to correctly and adequately submit any company change information to the CIPC.

 

Description

The CIPC has issued over 50 Compliance Notices covering various topics such as beneficial ownership, annual returns, compliance checklists, and changes related to company directors and registered office addresses.

It’s essential for businesses and individuals to stay informed about these notices to ensure compliance with regulations and requirements.

 

Price

The following pricing apply:

Adhoc: R375.00

Subscription: Included for free in Accountant in PracticeAccountant in Practice plus Tax.

 

Content:

The webinar will cover the following topics: 

  • The role of the CIPC.
  • Notices issued by the CIPC.
    • Purpose of the notices.
    • Clarification of requirements.
  • Companies Amendment Act.
  • Lodging documents with the CIPC. 
    • Required supporting documents. 
    • Prescribed forms and formats.
  • Recording beneficial ownership.
  • Compliance Checklist.

 

Certificate

The following CPD is awarded 3 Units Practice Management.

 

Requirements

There are no preconditions for this course.
Moderate level.
Recorded webinar made available on a specified date.

 

Presenter

Edith Wilkins – Director Sekratari 

Edith Wilkins has been in the Company statutory services environment since the beginning of her career in 1990 and gained knowledge and understanding of the Companies Act and related legislation throughout the years. She obtained a Certificate in Advanced Corporate Law at the Tshwane University of Technology in 1999; a Certificate in Advanced Corporate and Securities Law from UNISA in 2013 and a Certificate in The Introduction to Corporate Governance from UNISA in 2018. She is also the holder of certificates from the University of Cape Town in Corporate Due Diligence and  Corporate Governance. 

Edith is the sole director of a company called Sekretari. Her team performs all duties relating to company secretarial services, including drafting agendas and minutes of meetings, preparing board packs, attending meetings and liaising with the CIPC on a daily basis. Edith has been responsible for in-house training on company secretarial duties for more than 11 years and presented seminars and webinars in conjunction with the Institute of Accounting and Commerce, 20/20 Innovation, and SA Accounting Academy. 

 

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