Corporate Governance Codes, Laws, and regulations all require boards to be accountable to shareholders and stakeholders. Most companies with public accountability perform audits, disclose corporate governance information, and some do board evaluations.
How do Jamaican practices measure up to Jamaican Law, and how do they compare to others in the Caribbean or to International best practice? Are you disclosing enough? Is enough being done to minimize the risk to the organization?
This workshop provides primary research findings, examples and guidance for effective accountability in an efficient manner.
What will be covered?
Efficient and effective reporting on good Corporate Governance practice in the Annual Report which will result in assured shareholders and confident, supportive stakeholders.
Axel Kravatzky, PhD
Dr Kravatzky is the founding Chair of the first and only non-profit membership organization dedicated to best practice Corporate Governance in the Caribbean.
Council Member, ICAJ
David A. Hall
(MBA, CIA, CISA, CISM, CGEIT )
Institute of Internal Auditors
Suzanne Ffolkes Goldson
Attorney at Law and Lecturer in Law
Faculty of Law
University of the West Indies
First Floor, Chamber Building, Columbus Circle, Westmoorings Trinidad and Tobago