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ICSI brand goes global

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New Delhi , Aug. 26

WITH an objective to collate comprehensive information to access the possible market for services of Company Secretaries abroad, the Institute of Company Secretaries of India on Thursday showcased the Indian company secretary brand.

At an interactive session with Trade Counsellors and Commissioners of Embassies of various countries, Mr Mahesh Anant Athavale, President, ICSI, stated that the institute also plans to help other countries that are in need to develop company laws.

Representatives from Burkina Faso, Chile, Algeria, Australia, Nigeria, Indonesia and Myanmar attended the session.

Professional services face enormous regulations in different countries, the ICSI President said. He hoped that the institute would find mechanisms for removing these impediments for smooth movements of company secretarial services in the various countries.

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