The Corporate Laws & Corporate Governance Committee of ICAI is conducting Conference On “Effective Board Dynamics” For Directors & Aspiring Directors.
Benefits of conference
- Enhance the skills and knowledge of the directors so that they discharge their responsibilities effectively and contribute to the Board.
- Broadens the spectrum of awareness and perspective of Independent Directors
- Help directors / participants understand clearly the boardroom process so that they play an important role in the Board meetings.
- Help directors / participants to understand their overall role in organization.
- Practical guidance on Best Practice Policies.
The Companies Act, 2013 has brought in sweeping changes to the corporate governance environment in India. One of the areas, which the new law brings into sharper focus, is the role of Board of Directors and Independent Directors (Ids), who are expected to bring in ‘outside-in views’, in enhancing corporate governance standards.
The Board of Directors play a critical role in implementing sound corporate governance practices. Under the new dispensation, the key responsibilities of Board of Directors relate to strategy, risk management and internal financial controls, related party transactions, ethical and compliance oversight. It is important to understand how the role as a director underpins the growth of business. To effectively discharge their expanded responsibilities, the Board of Directors need to devote sufficient time, undergo training, focus attention on agenda setting, seek independent professional advice and ensure that the board evaluation process is effective.
Moving forward with this initiative and looking at the importance of training to be imparted to the Directors, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India has been catering to the demands of the Board of Directors and conducting programs for Capacity Building for Board of Directors. The objective of the Programme is to create awareness among the Board of Directors and equipping them to discharge their roles and responsibilities effectively in their companies in the changing economic and regulatory requirements. Faculties will be persons of eminence having experience and expertise of working as directors on various Boards.
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3,000/- per participant plus 18% GST (Total –3,540/-), for registration up to 16 November 2019.
5,000/- per participant plus 18% GST (Total –5,900/-), for registration after 16 November 2019. Payment Mode DD/Cheque to be drawn in favour of ‘The Secretary, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India payable at Delhi. Delegate may also pay the fees online on the link given below: https://ccm.icai.org/?progid=2569