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IoD to host course on role of director and board

The Institute of Directors (IoD) Bermuda branch will host the “Role of the Director and the Board” on October 23 and 24.

The course instructor, David Brimacombe, MA, is being brought to Bermuda by the group.

This course is an essential introduction to the role, duties and legal responsibilities of a director and the workings of a board, a statement said.

IoD Education Chairman, Rochelle Simons, said: “We are looking forward to hosting another round of the course on board membership and leadership, having offered the course for the first time in July. We have five remaining spots available to interested parties and we encourage anyone who is interested in learning more about this subject to sign up.”

Participation in the course will provide those who are directors or shortly to become directors with the knowledge needed in order to better the direction and governance of a company.

It will cover the differences between management, direction and ownership and discuss case studies examining legal aspects of the director's role.

The course is being led by UK-based IoD certified instructor, David Brimacombe, MA. Mr. Brimacombe is an experienced corporate governance consultant with extensive and proven UK and international governance proficiency.

He is an international commercial lawyer with a deep understanding of risk, company secretarial duties and reputational risk management.

The course counts toward the Certificate in Company Direction. Interested participants should contact Rochelle Simons on 336 2447 or Rochelle.simons@logic.bm.

Course instructor: David Brimacombe

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Published October 11, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated October 10, 2013 at 6:59 pm)

IoD to host course on role of director and board

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