ICSA Channel Island Conferences - April 2018

ICSA Channel Island Conferences - April 2018 : Thursday 26 April

Discounted Rate for Chamber Members

Conference Links

The details are as follows:

ICSA Jersey Conference 2018 – Thursday, 26th April 2018: www.icsa.org.uk/events/conferences-and-summits/jersey-conference-2018

ICSA Guernsey Conference 2018 – Wednesday, 25th April 2018: www.icsa.org.uk/events/conferences-and-summits/guernsey-conference-2018

As you will see, both agendas deal with topics including governance, risk and compliance, stakeholder engagement, GDPR, cyber security, conflicts of interest and personal development; all of relevance to Chamber Members.

Discounted Member Rate

I am very pleased to confirm that ICSA has agreed to extend the discounted ICSA Member rate to Chamber Members in Jersey.

How to Apply

To secure the discounted rate, Chamber Members would simply have to select ‘ICSA Member’ when registering for the Conference. They would fill out the mandatory fields and then use the code ‘ICSACOC’ when it asks for the membership number.

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