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ReBo Guidance Notes

ReBo Guidance Notes

ReBo HR Guidance Note

ReBo have published a HR Guidance Note for typical HR issues within a credit union merger project. A transfer of engagements or merger process is one which involves making alterations to the employment relationship and therefore it is an activity which could potentially give rise to litigation under various parts of employment legislation.

The following is a basic guidance note on typical HR issues and should not be viewed as legal advice. Therefore it is strongly recommended that you seek legal and/or HR advice pertaining to your particular circumstances before addressing any of the issues contained herein.

ReBo HR Guidance Note

ReBo Accounting Guidance Note

The purpose of this guidance is to outline the accounting required where there is a transfer of engagements from one credit union to another or an amalgamation of credit unions in accordance with the ReBo Merger Process Handbook and Part IX of the Credit Union Act 1997 (as amended) (“the 1997 Act”).

ReBo Accounting Guidance Note

ReBo Communications Guidance Note

Communication is key to the credit union merger process. In addition to keeping stakeholders informed, clear and timely communication assists in overcoming the fears and concerns that are naturally raised by change, avoiding misunderstanding and unnecessary delay. It is imperative that you develop a communication plan in conjunction with your merger plan.

Communication planning involves identifying which people need what information, when the information is needed, and how the information is communicated.

ReBo Communications Guidance Note

ReBo Legal Guidance Note

ReBo has prepared a Guidance Note focusing on the legal aspects of the credit union merger process. It addresses the roles and responsibilities of directors in the process, sets out the considerations in choosing a due diligence provider and gives a brief overview on the areas to be covered in legal due diligence.

Additionally, answers are given to some commonly asked legal questions which typically arise during the process. Should you have any questions related to restructuring that are not covered please do not hesitate to contact a member of the restructuring team on 01 9022209.

ReBo Legal Guidance Note