Corporate Governance: Contemporary Issues and Action Planning
A three-day program in Bali for government officials, senior managers, board members and private sector leaders with an interest in the latest developments in international corporate governance systems, financial markets and corporate governance development strategies. Dr. Gregory F. Maassen.
This course is developed in cooperation with Erasmus University, Erasmus Executive Development, Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands.
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Corporate governance is a field that concentrates on the relationship between boards of directors, stockholders, top management, regulators, auditors and other stakeholders of corporations. Of importance to this program is the recognition that boards of directors are essential to most systems of corporate governance. The board has the responsibility to ensure that corporations comply with modern ethical and economic standards and that management is accountable to financiers and shareholders. To understand the role of boards of directors in this process, the principles of corporate governance are discussed in this high-level course from economic, legal and financial perspectives. The program builds on many practical and recent examples of corporate governance (business irregularities and the 2008 credit crisis) in Anglo-Saxon, Continental-European and Asian financial markets.
This practical program focuses on participants using corporate governance as a means for companies to attract investments. To understand the internal corporate governance structure of corporations, participants work with tools available to improve the corporate governance structure of corporations. The program is particularly of interest to participants who would like to reflect on corporate governance practices of Indonesian companies by understanding the latest international developments. The presentations are designed to encourage participation and debate of real life cases.
The main objectives of this program concentrate on participants' understanding:
- Developments in board structures of listed corporations in Anglo-Saxon, continental-European and Asian countries and forces that shape internal and external corporate governance systems;
- The role corporate governance plays in attracting financing and how Asian corporate governance systems compare with other systems;
- The role of legislation and institutional investors in the development of codes of conduct and other forms of self-regulation;
- The relationship between corporate governance and the financial performance of companies;
- Different board models and implications for boardroom dynamics;
- Corporate governance as a marketing tool; and
- Leading perspectives of corporate governance and corporate governance development strategies.
The following materials are available for registered users (course participants only):
- Presentations - will be made available during the course
- Work Sheets - will be made available during the course
- Working Materials
- Hand Outs
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