Be our guest and join us at the Alumni Day on Tuesday 18 June 2019, where we will take a moment to look at the innovations introduced by the new Code of Companies and Associations (CSA) and their impact on Alumni.
We will focus on "The responsibility of the individual director under the New Code of Companies and Associations".
Does the new CSA really bring about a revolution from the administrator's point of view?
Does it guarantee a legal framework allowing directors to better contribute to the societal interest? To what extent are the monetary caps set by the new law effectively able to limit director liability? How to define the concept of serious misconduct? What role will case-law play in determining certain legal aspects whose practical outcome is still unknown?
All these and more questions will be answered by the speakers who will share their expertise at the event.
We invite you to use your 'wild card': share this invitation with someone from your network who may be interested in the event's topics and enjoy the opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues and peers in a magnificent setting.
To take advantage of this offer, register online and send a seperate email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the name, function and organisation of your guest so we can prepare his/her badge.
We look forward to seeing you!
|18h00||Welcome by Mr. Jo Benoit, Chairman of the Alumni Council|
|18h05||Introduction speech by Minister Koen Geens|
|18h20||Key note speaker: Prof. dr. Jeroen Delvoie, Eubelius/VUB|
|18h45||Panel debate with moderator Prof. dr. Ingrid De Poorter, UGent, Advocatenkantoor De Groote-De Man|
- Mr Frederic De Blieck, AIG
- Mr Jean-Simon Cornelis, Calleta Consulting
- Mrs Katlyn Colman, INFINO
- Mr. Nicolas Daubies, Fluxys
Le Palais de Plume
Rue Haute 8