Roles & Duties of a Company Director

A Company Director is someone elected or appointed to manage a company's business and affairs.

A Company Director is someone elected or appointed to manage a company’s business and affairs.

This video outlines the roles and responsibilities of a Company Director.

In this video, you will discover the following key points:

  1. Who is a Company Director?
  2. What are the duties of Company Director?
  3. General duties of Company Director.
  4. Directors’ duties – Insolvent Trading.
  5. Director Penalty Notice – What action should be taken by a Company Director he/she receives this notice?
  6. What is Lock-down DPN & Non Lock-down DPN?
  7. Director’s duties in assisting the External Administrator.
  8. Benefits of Deed of Company Agreement.

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