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Seminar on Role of Board of Directors in Corporate Governance

Seminar on Role of Board of Directors in Corporate Governance (1984 Bombay, India)

Seminar on Role of Board of Directors in Corporate Governance

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Published by Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Directors of corporations -- India -- Congresses.,
    • Corporate governance -- India -- Congresses.,
    • Boards of directors.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementpapers and proceedings.
      ContributionsAssociated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2745 .S45 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 140 p., [6] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages140
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2510497M
      LC Control Number87902533

      In determining appropriate board size, directors should consider the nature, size and complexity of the company as well as its stage of development. They are independent and service the company. Board members must also be cognizant of conflicts of interest that exist among board members, and also within themselves. Visit www.

      Finally, we would advocate the organizing of a seminar on corporate governance and invite the boards of all the government-owned companies, foundations and entities to attend this session as it seems to be needed based on the continuous conflicts between the three entities that form the corporate governance triangle: the Shareholder, the Supervisory Board and the Management Board as depicted in the above graphic rendition of the relationship between these three entities. Overseeing the independence of the outside auditor. Audit committee members must meet minimum financial literacy standards, and one or more committee members should be an audit committee financial expert, as determined by the board in accordance with applicable rules. A major responsibility of the compensation committee is establishing performance goals and objectives relating to the CEO, measuring performance against those goals and objectives, and determining and approving the compensation of the CEO.

      The committee also may oversee the compensation of the board if the compensation committee does not do so, or the two committees may share this responsibility. Entrepreneurial initiatives may include leveraging real estate or other assets, monetizing treasure troves of intellectual property know-how, or engaging in joint ventures with fellow nonprofits or even commercial entities. Strategic planning. But the SBD should not intervene with the driving. Companies should have in place and publicize mechanisms for employees to seek guidance and to alert management and the board about potential or actual misconduct without fear of retribution. We sense that there is a rising belief that shareholders cannot seek additional empowerment without assuming some accountability for the goal of long-term value creation for all shareholders.


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What you get By the end of the day you will understand: Key duties of directors, their power and authority The statutory framework for the role and responsibilities of company directors in the UK Companies Act Liabilities, sanctions and indemnities How to deal with conflicts How best to manage the relationship between the company and its shareholders.

Key Responsibilities of the Board of Directors and Management An effective system of corporate governance provides the framework within which the board and management address their key responsibilities. The board, under the leadership of the responsible committee if anyshould identify the qualities and characteristics necessary for an effective CEO and monitor the development of potential internal candidates.

This highly-specialised seminar will help you add value to the board, build your network and raise your profile to secure an appointment. Other types of bad governance practices include: Companies do not cooperate sufficiently with auditors or do not select auditors with the appropriate scale, resulting in the publication of spurious or noncompliant financial documents.

The course was useful to me personally as I serve on two boards. The committee should ensure that the proper protections are in place that will allow senior management to remain focused on the long-term strategies and business plans of the company even in the face of a potential acquisition, shareholder activism, or unsolicited takeover activity or control bids.

The committee periodically reviews with both the internal and outside auditors, as well as with management, the procedures for maintaining and evaluating the effectiveness of these systems. Approving corporate strategy and monitoring the implementation of strategic plans.

Directors should have sufficient opportunity to meet in executive session, outside the presence of the CEO and any other management directors, in accordance with stock exchange rules. The role of the Board in strategic planning is not to write the strategic plan, but to approve the strategic plan and monitor the implementation of the plan.

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