CRF 2020 Conference Postponed

Over the last few weeks, the coronavirus Covid-19 has emerged as an unforeseen threat. These are truly unprecedented times across the entire world, with most countries heavily impacted by border restrictions.

Within this context, our CRF Executive Committee has adopted the following CRF policy regarding the organisation of meetings and events across the organisation.

CRF Policy – Meetings and Events (COVID-19)

The CRF Executive will continue to meet on a regular basis via telephone or video.  We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation.

We have made the decision to postpone our annual conference in Uganda until 2021.  We will communicate in due course re-scheduled conference details and dates.

We are now looking at options for holding our annual general meeting by other means, we will communicate how and when that will occur in the near future

As members of an extended registry family, we are investigating ways to stay connected during these trying times and learn from each other’s experiences , challenges and innovations that COVID-19 may have presented to your registry.

Please email secretariat@corporateregistersforum.org with your  experiences and we can look to share them through our newsletter or other means.

Finally on behalf of the CRF Executive, I hope that you remain healthy and stay safe during these challenging times.

Rosanne Bell

CRF President

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Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) to Host CRF 2020

We are delighted to announce that the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) have been selected to host the CRF Annual Conference 2020.

The conference will be held in Kampala the capital of Uganda.

The CRF Executive are working with the URSB on the venue, theme and program of events and will in due course provide additional information.

A firm date is yet to be agreed but we will be aiming to have the conference in either August or September 2020.

 

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