The session will outline what is required under the legislation, and give some practical tips on holding such meetings.
We will also discuss directors meetings including situations where there is a ‘one person meeting’, using technology, and circulating resolutions, convening director’s meetings, agendas, board committees, disclosures and other procedural issues.
General Meetings will also be covered, including processes by which general meetings may be convened, circulating resolutions and statements, special resolutions, and other procedural matters.
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
• To understand the practical aspects of company meetings including director’s meetings
• To gain an overview of convening and conducting general meetings
• To appreciate that an Annual General Meeting is not generally required for Pty Ltd companies.
Company Secretaries, Directors (executive and non-executive), Board Members of Pty Ltd and non - listed public companies.
Lidia Xynas is an Associate Professor in Law and is the current Dean, for the College of Law & Justice, at Victoria University.
Lidia is an academic with many years’ experience as a manager, senior lecturer and active researcher. She is a well-established researcher and author, with her research focus covering the areas of taxation law, corporate and commercial law, and sentencing law. Lidia has also published in the area of Teaching and Learning and has extensive experience is designing and implementing online and face to face programs in Law. Lidia is a demonstrated excellent teacher of law and the recipient of a teaching excellence award from the Australasian Law Teachers Association.
Lidia is Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and a voting member of both the Tax Institute of Australia and the Law Institute of Victoria and is an Australian Lawyer, admitted in the Supreme Court of Victoria.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to
An overview of what is required under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).