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Corporate Strategy & Responsibilities

This extensive reference work covers every topic of relevance for the Company Secretary and Company Director. It provides structured answers and expert guidance on a vast range of frequently asked – and less frequently asked – questions.

Exit Right


£16.99 / €20.99 / $29.95

Trade secrets of how to achieve a golden goodbye. This book is a clear and canny explanation of all the steps required to maximise your profit on selling all or part of your business: grooming the business, choosing the right time and advisers and negotiating the sale.

Navigating the Rivers of Cash


Also available as: eBook

£19.99 / €28.00 / $31.00

Navigating the Rivers of Cash is a practical business book in which the author seeks to inspire ambitious business leaders and entrepreneurs to create and build exceptional businesses with a sustainable purpose in society.


This new *15th* edition of the best-selling *Company Director's Desktop Guide* provides an indispensable guide to the key issues and liabilities faced by all company directors. Fully revised and updated to reflect the latest changes in legislation, it includes checklists, charts and summaries throughout.


This new edition is fully up-to-date with all the latest law and practice. An expert and accessible guide to the complex duties, rights and responsibilities of this crucial role, packed with valuable checklists, summaries and do's and don'ts.

The Instant Company Secretary


Also available as: eBook


This book deals with the latest requirements, and the new requirements regarding Registers of Persons of Significant Control.

£20.00 / €23.99 / $48.95

Far too many pension trustees - even in large funds - have an inadequate understanding of investment and financial markets. This book - tailored specifically for pension fund trustees - fills an important knowledge gap.

The Pension Trustees Handbook


Also available as: Download (PDF)


Pension trustees face a maze of legislation and regulations as never before. The need for expert, accessible advice has never been greater.