One of the important functions of the Director of Corporate Enforcement is to encourage compliance with the requirements of the Companies Acts. The Director and his staff discharge this role by communicating publicly the benefits of compliance with the law and the consequences of non-compliance.The strategies employed include:
The investigative and enforcement function of the Director is quite extensive. His main legal powers arise in the following areas:
A more detailed description of the powers and functions of the Director is available in the Appendix to our publication, "Introduction to the ODCE" which may be downloaded in pdf format.
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Frequently Asked Questions
ODCE encourages the public to visit the extended FAQs (frequently asked questions) for information before contacting the Office.
New Guidance Available
The ODCE has issued
7 new Information Booklets and
12 new Quick Guides based on the Companies Act 2014.