Driving Responsible and Sustainable Value Creation through Governance

Corporate Governance

02
Nov 2022

10:00 am - 4:30 pm

SIDC LAMS

Speakers : Khoo Hsu Chuang (Moderator) | Samantha Tai | Chari T.V. Thirumala | Dr. Nurmazilah Mahzan | Tan Sri Andrew Sheng | Margie Ong

Registration closing date is 3 business days before the programme date or when all seats are fully taken.
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10 CPE

MYR 650 *Fee is not inclusive of 6% SST

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Driving Responsible and Sustainable Value Creation through Governance

Successful integration and effective management of sustainability goals at a company requires having a robust governance structure with dedicated leadership, clear direction and strategic influence. Responsible and sustainable governance helps a company implement a sound and responsible sustainability strategy across the business, manage goal-setting and reporting processes, strengthen relations with all stakeholders as well as ensure overall organisational accountability.

Corporate governance is an important component of the Capital Market Masterplan (CMP) in charting the path ahead for the Malaysian capital market and further emphasized by the recent CMP3, launched in September 2021. In addition to that, the SC’s Corporate Governance Strategic Priorities (2021-2023) was launched as a response to the rise of stakeholder economy that calls for businesses to create value for a wider spectrum of stakeholders, including the society, to have conscious consideration for the environment impact.

This programme will look into the 2021 update of the MCCG updates, observations from the Corporate Governance  Monitor 2021 report as well as the  SC’s CG Strategic Priorities 2021 – 2023 and the interlink between corporate governance and sustainable practices in delivering long term value and sustainable growth.

Programme Objective

This programme aims to provide updates on CG perspectives, impact, implications and initiatives that need to be implemented to improve corporate governance practices towards long term and sustainable business.

 

Mode

Live Webinar

 

Target Audience

Individual

Directors, Company Secretaries, Lawyers, Accountants, Corporate and Advisory consultants, Compliance Officers, Legal Advisors, Sustainability Officers, Internal Auditors, Professionals Undertaking Corporate Advisory Role, Business Continuity Planning (BCP) Teams, Sustainability Officers, Company’s Management Team, , Capital Markets Services Representative’s License Holders

Institutions

Public Listed Companies (PLCs), Legal Firms, Consultancy Firms, Accounting Firms, Fund Management Companies, Stockbroking Firms, Investment Banks

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the programme, participants will be able to:

  • Recognise the 2021 updates of the MCCG and the SC’s Corporate Governance Strategic Priorities (2021-2023)
  • Explain how a technology savvy board can drive value creation through the use of technology
  • Relate the alignment of board pay, performance and accountability
  • Discuss how boards can strengthen governance via integration of sustainability in the company’s strategy and operations

Competencies

  1. Core – Corporate Governance (Proficiency Level 3)
  2. Foundational (Regulatory Knowledge) – Capital Markets Products Regulations (Proficiency Level 3)
  3. Behavioural (Organisation Leadership) – Business Acumen (Proficiency Level 3)
10.00 am MCCG:  What’s Changed and Why?

  • Current landscape of corporate governance
  • A quick glance on
    • 2021 update of the Malaysian Code on Corporate Governance
    • Observations from the CG Monitor 2021
  • Highlights from the Corporate Governance Strategic Priorities 2021 – 2023
    • The strategic priorities and initiatives
    • What does this mean for Malaysian boards and listed companies?

Speaker: Samantha Tai, CEO, BoardRoom Malaysia

10.45 am Screen Break
11.00 am Enhancing Boards Oversight over Technology Leverage

  • Boards role vis a vis management in leveraging technology in strengthening risk management
  • Use of technology in stakeholder engagement
  • Data driven approach in ensuring risk and opportunities reporting is forward-looking and predictive
  • Managing cyber security, data hygiene and privacy
  • Technology, data and ESG

Speaker: Chari T.V. Thirumala, Chairman, Board Governance and Risk Committee, UEM Sunrise and Chairman Board Audit Committee, Air Asia Aviation Group

12.15 pm Lunch
2.30 pm Case Presentation – Linking Pay with ESG Performance

  • Correlation between remuneration and organisational performance
  • Remuneration policy and governance
  • Transparency in building stakeholders’ trust and confidence

Speaker: Dr. Nurmazilah Mahzan, Former CEO of Malaysian Institute of Accountant

3.15 pm ESG Fitness and Board Leadership

  • Expectations for future board leaders in managing ESG risks and opportunities including circularity models, employee wellbeing and climate- and nature-related matters
  • Addressing sustainability in the context of company’s strategic objectives and business model
  • Commitment and action plan for an inclusive board – Diversity of gender, skills, thoughts and experiences
  • Succession planning with ESQ ready talent with fresh perspectives and competencies

Panellist:

  1. Tan Sri Andrew Sheng, Distinguished Fellow, Institute for Capital Market Research Malaysia (ICMR)
  2. Dr. Nurmazilah Mahzan, Former CEO of Malaysian Institute of Accountant
  3. Margie Ong, Partner at ERM and Founder of Thoughts In Gear
4.30 pm End of Programme

About the Speaker

Khoo Hsu Chuang

Financial Journalist and Host of The Do More Podcast

Samantha Tai

CEO, BoardRoom Malaysia

Chari T.V. Thirumala

Chairman, Board Governance and Risk Committee, UEM Sunrise and Chairman Board Audit Committee, Air Asia Aviation Group

Dr. Nurmazilah Mahzan

Former CEO of Malaysian Institute of Accountant

Tan Sri Andrew Sheng

Distinguished Fellow, Institute for Capital Market Research Malaysia (ICMR)

Margie Ong

Partner at ERM and Founder of Thoughts In Gear

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