The first session will acquaint participants with essential insights that directors could take note in discharging their roles and responsibilities effectively, in order to ensure compliance and better serve in the company’s best interests. Through discussions of the case, this programme aims to highlight the legal principles that were decided by the Federal Court and also explore on the role of the ‘boardroom influencer’ i.e. company secretary.
The second session will acquaint the participants with gain insights of directors’ and the audit committee role, duties and responsibilities in ensuring the integrity of company’s financial and non-financial reports and the company’s financial reporting process
By the end of the programme, participants will be able to gain insights on the extent of directors’ duties based on the landmark decision made by the Federal Court of Malaysia and the context of the new MCCG.
By end of this programme, participants will be able to:
- recognise the extent of directors’ duties based on the grounds of judgement made by the Federal Court of Malaysia;
- identify best practices that directors and the audit committee can adopt to act in accordance to their duties;
- explain the role of the company secretary and audit committee from the new MCCG context;
- describe the audit committee key role in a company’s financial reporting process; and
- discuss the current developments on the Companies Act 2016 in the legal landscape and the new MCCG.
Interactive presentations, Discussions and Question-and-Answer (Q&A) sessions
Directors of intermediaries, directors of public listed companies, compliance officers, company secretaries.
Asset management companies, stockbroking firms, investment banks, advisory firms, legal firms, accounting firms, insurance companies and public listed companies.
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