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This live broadcast's objective is to heighten awareness of ongoing professional obligations arising from membership with CPA New Brunswick.
CPA New Brunswick has adopted the CPA Code of Professional Conduct as the centerpiece of its self-governing regime.
This live broadcast’s objective is to heighten awareness of ongoing professional obligations arising from membership with CPA New Brunswick. This interactive session will provide a high-level overview of the provisions, format and application of the CPA Code of Professional Conduct, the legislative, regulatory and policy framework that surrounds it, and the fundamental principles of professional ethics it upholds.
Greg MacLean has over 20 years legal experience. His practice covers both the boardroom and the courtroom with a broad range of clients including professional societies, multi-nationals, financial institutions, insurers, crown corporations, small to medium sized businesses, charitable organizations and individuals.
Greg has been a partner at full-service law firms, established and operated his own boutique law firm, acted as in-house counsel for a local manufacturer and served as a Small Claims Court adjudicator.
Greg advises clients on strategic planning, governance and risk assessment issues, policy development, contract negotiation and drafting, transactions and opinions, due-diligence and all forms of dispute resolution.
Participants will receive technical and login details by e-mail prior to the event.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
During the seminar you will learn:
This event is restricted to CPA New Brunswick members only.
Joëlle Richard, Coordinator, Professional Development and Member Events
Tel: (506) 830-3300
November 17, 2017
Please join the CPA New Brunswick Woodstock chapter for a fun evening of curling, pizza and wings, as well as socializing with fellow local CPAs and their significant others.
November 20, 2017
November 22, 2017
This training activity is essential to experienced practitioners who have already taken note of the requirements of the new standard CSRE 2400 and are aware of the differences with the requirements of the current standard.