Programme 2016 Print

DAY 1 - Wednesday 31 August

09h00 Welcome by Jeremy Maggs
09h05 Prof Michael Katz - ENSafrica
Developments in company law
10h05 Anthony Norton - Norton's Inc
Criminalisation of cartel behaviour: Implications for corporates in South Africa
11h15 Linda de Beer - Independent non-executive director
Combined assurance from a board perspective
11h55 Carol Paton - Business Day
State-owned enterprises: A sole shareholder at odds with itself
12h35 LUNCH
13h35 Leigh Roberts - Integrated Reporting Committee of South Africa
Integrated reporting and integrated thinking
13h55 Prof Warren Maroun - Wits School of Accountancy
Institutional investors' views of integrated reports
14h15 Sue Lund - Transnet
Targeting and measuring outcomes
14h35 Q & A and discussion on integrated reporting
15h10 David Makovah - Mr. Mak
Harnessing the power of private initiatives, the public sector, and affected communities in corporate governance
15h50 Adrian Bertrand
Responsible investment
16h30 Gregory Prinsloo - Diligent
Board portals: Five essential qualities
16h55 Closing by Jeremy Maggs
Cocktails & canapes with live entertainment by Ben & Bebe


DAY 2 - Thursday 1 September

09h00 Welcome by Jeremy Maggs
09h05 Tsakani Ratsela - Auditor General of South Africa
Accountability, transparency and governance in the public sector

Mohamed Adam - ArcelorMittal South Africa
Board committees: What committees should be created and what should they do?

10h55 Stephen Sadie - Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa
A new curriculum for governance professionals
11h35 Elsabé Kirsten - Old Mutual South Africa
Downstream corporate governance: The management of subsidiaries across jurisdictions
12h15 LUNCH
13h15 Ian Isdale - Formerly Tiger Brands
Over thirty years as a company secretary of listed companies: Some reflections and recommendations
13h55 Prof Mervyn King - King Committee
Shifts in the corporate world and concepts of King IV
14h35 Dr Nimrod Mbele - Dual Point Holdings (Pty) Ltd
Corporate governance and ratings agencies: Implications for South Africa
Wrap up & closing by Jeremy Maggs

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