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DAY 1 - Wednesday 22 August 2018

09h00 - 09h05 Welcome by John Robbie
09h05 - 10h00 Prof Mervyn King - King Committee
The rationale and concepts behind King IV
10h00 - 10h40

Tsakani Ratsela - Auditor General South Africa
To be confirmed

10h40 - 11h10 MID MORNING TEA BREAK
11h10 - 11h50 Sneha Shah - Thomson Reuters
Disruption is the answer
11h50 - 12h30 Stephen Sadie - CSSA
To be confirmed
12h30 - 13h30 LUNCH
13h30 - 14h10 Carolynn Chalmers - Candor Governance
Governing IT risk the King IV Way
14h10 - 15h40 AI and the company secretary panel
James Matcher - EY
Nerushka Bowan - Nerushka Bowan Pty Ltd
Ronelle Kleyn - Fluid Rock Governance
Wessel Oosthuizen - Deloitte
Rory Moore - Accenture
15h40 - 16h00 MID-AFTERNOON TEA
16h00 - 16h40 Andrej Vladar - Lumi Global
The rise of electronic meetings
16h40 - 16h55 Gregory Prinsloo - Diligent
Board evaluation practices and trends: Lessons for the corporate secretary
16h55 - 17h00 Closing by John Robbie
17h00 COCKTAILS

 

DAY 2 - Thursday 23 August 2018

09h00 - 09h05 Welcome by John Robbie
09h05 - 09h45 Mohamed Adam - ArcelorMittal South Africa
Good corporate governance: How has the current environment influenced how we will lead and govern
09h45 -10h25

Christina Pretorius - Norton Rose Fulbright
Conflicts of interests: the legal and the ethical

10h25 - 10h45 MID MORNING TEA BREAK
10h45 - 11h25 Zubair Wadee - PwC
Integrated reporting – Are we there yet?
11h25 - 12h05

Edith Shih - ICSA
Management and corporate governance: Hands on or hand cuffed

12h05 - 12h45 Claudelle von Eck - The Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa
Disciplining of professional bodies
12h45 - 13h45 LUNCH
13h45 - 15h15 Cleaning up governance in SOCs panel
Nokuthula Khumalo - Transnet SOC Ltd
Douglas Gibson - City Power SOC Ltd
Olga Constantatos - Futuregrowth
Prof. William Gumede - Wits School of Governance
15h15 - 15h30 Trade passport lucky draws & wrap up by John Robbie

Please note this programme is subject to change and CSSA cannot be held responsible for circumstances beyond our control.