Corporate Governance

One Week £ 1,900 | Two Week £3,500 | One Week ₦120,000

 

The idea behind corporate governance is simple - well run companies produce better results. Much of the emphasis has been placed on the best practice of managing formal external relationships, establishing transparency and emphasising legal, timely and trustworthy information. This course reviews all the principal aspects of corporate governance and covers current legislation, rules, regulations and best practice.

This course has been designed to make participants aware of how effective governance can direct and enhance company performance. The course aims to increase the participants understanding of the current corporate governance framework in the UK and other countries and the crucial importance of governance best practice for both reputation and shareholder value, it also provides participants with an overview of the regulation, frameworks and principles behind good corporate governance policy and practice.

  • Corporate Governance Standards
  • Practical Governance
  • Corporate Governance in Emerging Countries
  • Competencies of company directors
  • Corporate Governance in Banks
  • Legal Duties of Governance and the Environment
  • The Role and responsibilities of the independent director
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and independent directors
  • Financial Goals and Corporate Governance
  • IT Governance
  • Overview of corporate governance standards from around the world
  • Case Studies include: Corporate Governance Trends Arab Bank, Singapore, China Aviation Oil and more
  • Conflict of Interest
  • Board Meetings–Role Play

  • An overview of current thinking and developments in the field of corporate governance
  • The ability to administer effectively corporate affairs within an organization and to contribute to corporate performance at a senior level
  • To understand the interrelationship between management, finance, law and ethics in the field of corporate governance
  • An understanding of ethics and values in the business community and the relationship to corporate governance