This module (M4) is part of the certification in
Company Secretarial & Governance practice (CGO Certification)
More information about the program is available here
Companies are overwhelmed by an increasing amount of documents and data of all kinds. The Corporate Governance Officer (CGO) does not avoid this trend in performing his duties. On the contrary, the Corporate Governance Officer (CGO) is even in charge of keeping and storing corporate documents, needless to underscore their importance for the company.
Main learning objectives
On successful completion of this module, participants will be able to:
- get acquainted with the basic legal rules underpinning the keeping and storing of documents, and assuring a maximum level of probative value; and,
- get an introduction to other specific rules, such as the rules on data protection, professional secrecy and trade secrets, which are often less known but still may have an important impact on the keeping and storing of company documents.