There is a close relationship between corporate reporting and corporate governance. The evolution of this relationship is examined. To understand this further an appreciation of the role of the audit committee is needed.
There is an interview with a former Chair of a FTSE 100 Company who talks about some of the issues he encountered with Corporate Governance.
Having completed this course, delegates will:
Those working in financial and professional services in a senior capacity – Non-Executive Directors, Executive Directors, Senior Managers, Senior Governance Professionals, Company Secretaries – as well as those looking to build a better appreciation of the demands placed on directors and boards in the dispatch of their legal, contractual and fiduciary duties.
John’s career has been in the high technology sector. He was CEO of Phillips Europe responsible for over 250,000 employees. In his non-executive career, he was chair of semi-conductor company CSR PLC, the FTSE 250 company AZ Electronics as well as the chair of the FTSE 100 Wolseley PLC (now called Ferguson PLC) which is one of world’s largest building supplies companies with extensive operations in both Europe and the USA. He has seen considerable changes in the way large organisations are now governed. His extensive governance experience also extends to the charitable sector.