Using companies in Singapore as case study examples, this program will expose the skeletons in the closet that are well hidden. These skeletons are serious failures in the area of corporate governance.
This session will address the following:
- What are the skeletons we need to look out for and how do we go about identifying them?
- What should the role of the board be?
- How should boards work with management to ensure that there are no surprises?
- Identify red flags to look out for
- Understand role of board with respect to red flags
- Learn how to work with management in avoiding corporate governance failures
Prof. Mak Yuen Teen is an associate professor at the NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, where he specialises in corporate governance. He was a former Vice Dean responsible for finance and administration at the school. He has also held Singapore and regional heads of research positions at major international consulting firms. Prof. Mak has served on key corporate governance committees in Singapore and is a member of the Corporate Governance Council set up by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) reviewing the Code in 2017 and the Corporate Governance Advisory Committee that was formed following the release of the new Code. He has also been involved in developing several corporate governance ratings and scorecards in Singapore and the region.
MAK YUEN TEEN
Associate Professor at the NUS Business School. Iclif adjunct faculty
Board of directors.
Note: this program will run only with sufficient numbers. If you have registered, you will be notified in due course