Master Class: Ethics & Governance
Corporations must adhere to some morally decent standards while its governance processes remain as ethical as possible while still making a profit. However, there are those who still believe that companies have a duty to their shareholders to maximize the profit. Thus, ethical standards are less important than legal standards, which explains why corporations will often "cut corners" when trying to meet expensive legal standards. So the debate has been on.
Should businesses focus their efforts on the corporation’s profits, or demonstrate ethical responsibility to the community and environment in which it operates? How will you influence the choice of the ethical path for your company? Join our Keynote Speaker, Alison Dillon Kibirige as she delves into this important topic.
All directors, senior managers, advisers to Boards, Auditors and anyone who serve at a level in a company which provides direct support to the Board, or aspires to serve on a board.
About Our Faculty
Mrs. Alison Dillon Kibirige is a UK solicitor and corporate governance specialist. Alison has worked globally for over twenty-five years as a governance professional, previously as Secretary to the main Boards of Unilever and Barclays in London. She is a Fellow of ICSA. In 2013 she was awarded the ICSA President’s Medal for Meritorious Service, the inaugural ICSA Company Secretary of the Year award in 2005 and has also won awards globally for her work with shareholders.
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