An essential part of good corporate governance is the ability of a board to ensure there are good quality internal controls in place. This process is aligned but distinct from internal audit. Another key part of any business is a clear understanding of the risks which that business is prepared to take. Again, this is part of the role of the board and is key to good corporate governance. These topics are examined from an international perspective
The case study in this module looks at the collapse of Carillion in 2018.
Having attended 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.