Training Modules

The intricate web of laws and regulations pertaining to business is a complex one. Any one transaction may fall under the scope of a myriad of laws and regulations. With an increasing number of changes and amendments over the last period, it has become essential for businesses to have a basic understanding of the law as well as the latest legislative developments in order to be able to ask the right questions at the right time. In this vein, Thebes Consultancy provides training to executives on the main laws and regulations that their organizations may come across. Thebes Consultancy’s training modules are designed from the perspective of the business person, going through the life cycle of an organization and highlighting specific legal questions the training recipient must deal with at different stages of his or her organization’s development.

Here is a sample of training modules provided by Thebes Consultancy. The modules are designed from the perspective of the business person, taking you through the life cycle of an organization and alerting you to specific legal questions you have to deal with at different stages of your organization’s development. In addition to these modules, we can create tailor-made training to fit your needs.

The Modules

1) The Map of Economic Regulation

Part 1: The Life Cycle of an Investment Project

  1. Establishment/incorporation by an individual/company
  2. Licensing
  3. Growth
  4. Exit
Part 2: Operational Aspects of an Investment Project
  1. Operational Phase
  2. Supervision (GAFI, EFSA, Tax, Competition, etc)

 

2) Types of Companies and their Regulatory Framework

Part 1: The Company as a Legal Entity

  1. What is a company? (the juristic personality)
  2. The concept of limitation of liability
  3. Types of companies
  4. Company Law No 159/1981
  5. Governance of companies
Part 2: Special Company Regimes
  1. Public sector companies
  2. Public sector business companies
  3. Investment companies
  4. Companies operating in the Free Zones
  5. Special Economic Zone companies

 

3) Financial Law

Part 1: The Financial Framework

  1. Why companies need funding
  2. The deficit and surplus in the economy
  3. Financial intermediation
  4. Direct and indirect funding
Part 2: Types of Funding
  1. Banking Sector
  2. Capital Markets (stocks)
  3. Capital Markets (bonds)
  4. Insurance
  5. Mortgage finance
  6. Financial leasing
  7. Microfinance
  8. Private-public partnerships

 

4) New Directions in Egyptian Economic Law
  • Recent Legislative and Regulatory Developments:
  1. Investment Law
  2. Mining
  3. Renewable Energy
  4. Microfinance
  5. Developments in tax legislation