There is evidence to suggest that investors prefer to back organisations with
strong governance practices, however there are widely differing attitudes to
governance and compliance among different organisations. Rather than a
box-ticking exercise, if corporate governance is approached and managed
correctly it can reward Boards without disrupting the efficiency of the
business. In this session our panel of experts discuss and answer your questions
on fostering an ethical corporate culture, creating governance best-practice,
and delivering systems that achieve consistently high financial reporting
without distracting from the day-to-day running of the business.
to listen to the broadcast from 12/9/07.
(Note: registration may be required)
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