2 Day Governance Beyond Boards® Intervention
22-23 August'18, Johannesburg
Join Terrance M. Booysen in a 2-day practical Corporate Governance, Risk & Compliance (‘GRC’) Intervention, where he provides insights to company’s directors, prescribed officers and managers covering the GRC risks, rewards and challenges linked to the daily tasks of fulfilling your duties in a company or state-owned organisation.
In South Africa -- regrettably -- many directors and prescribed officers are not properly informed, neither aware of the vast liabilities they are exposed to within their daily job functions. Moreover, many senior managers may be unwittingly exposed as prescribed officers in terms of the Companies Act 2008, and similar to their directors, share the same personal liabilities when various governance matters become scruntised. Understandably this could have massive implications upon the organisation as a whole, and the associated risks must be managed appropriately so that the performance and profitability of the organisation remains intact, and sustainable.
The training and skills transfer found within CGF’s renowned Governance Beyond Boards® Intervention is highly recommended in the ordinary course of a director’s and a senior manager’s daily tasks, as well as their personal development. CGF’s Governance Beyond Boards® Intervention will assist delegates understand the many nuances attached to their functions, and unpack practical issues to equip them to becoming more confident and informed of their fiduciary duties. Directors and senior managers have to be ahead of their game, and in order to stay ahead, their wider practical understanding of governance, risk and compliance related matters is a non-negotiable.
This 2-day accredited Governance Beyond Boards® Intervention is designed to maximise individual attention to the delegate’s unique circumstances as it relates to many issues attached to corporate governance, risk and compliance. Once you have attended the Governance Beyond Boards® Intervention:
1. as an existing director or senior manager, you will be better equipped to discuss and apply your new-found knowledge within your workplace, as well as understand its relevance to a Corporate Governance Framework®;
2. as an existing director or senior manager, you will have greater confidence as you fulfil your daily fiduciary role and tasks to mitigate the risks faced by the organisation and its officers;
3. as a member of IRMSA you will earn 30 CPD points.
When completing the 2-day Governance Beyond Boards® Intervention, all delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance which is valid for two-years, as well as proof of CPD points earned.
Our training workshops have been awarded 30 Continued Professional Development (‘CPD’) points through the South African Institute of Risk Managers (‘IRMSA’). IRMSA has been recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) as the Professional Body for Risk Management in South Africa and IRMSA is the institute of choice for risk professionals and practitioners in Southern Africa. IRMSA is dedicated to the advancement of the risk management profession and accreditation, through research, promotion, education, training, guidance and strong relationships with other Institutes or Associations. CGF proudly supports the critical role IRMSA fulfils within organisations across South Africa.
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Key focus areas:
- Introduction and context of regulatory framework
- Overview of King IV™ / Companies Act 2008
- What to expect in King IV™
- Duties, responsibilities, functions and liabilities of directors
- The Board's roles and responsibilities
- Role of the Chairman, Executive Officer, Board Secretary and Executive Management
- Dysfunctional boards and board evaluation
- Ineligible, disqualified and delinquent directors
- Key boardroom issues
Focused group interaction:
This 2-day accredited Governance Beyond Boards® Intervention is designed to maximise individual attention to the delegate’s unique circumstances, particularly as it relates to the many issues attached to corporate governance and leadership challenges.
Who should attend:
Existing directors, newly appointed directors for director induction, all senior managers, prescribed officers of companies for profit and non-profit, government departments, including human resources, governance, risk, compliance, legal and risk professionals.
Randpark Club, Setperk Street, Randpark, Johannesburg, South Africa | GPS: S26’06.862 E27’58.000 | T: +27 (0)11 215 8600 | W: www.randpark.co.za
Two full days (22-23 August 2018) | 08h30-17h00
The fee of R 4,025.00 excluding VAT per delegate (R 4,628.75 including 15% VAT) or R 10,000.00 excluding VAT per table booking of 4 delegates (R 11,500.00 including 15% VAT). This covers tuition for two full days, course material, flash-drive with compilation of easy-referenced governance research material, certificate of attendance, lunch, refreshments and parking.
For enquiries or registration, please contact Petra on T: +27 (0)11 476 8264 | E: email@example.com
|“Very well presented. Provided empowerment to do my job more effectively and with confidence.”
Prof. Michael Herbst (CANSA)
|| “Was an excellent presentation and would recommend it to everybody.”
Michael van der Merwe (Babcock Africa)
|| ““Great to listen to the presentation - factual and to the point."
Adj. Willie Hills (Tasima)
Terrance M. Booysen (CEO: CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd) has presented this Intervention to public and private audiences in and out of South Africa and has received many accolades directly linked with its content. He is a regular podium presenter and is considered knowledgeable in the practice, having produced many governance, risk and compliance reports and articles over the last 13 years.
Terrance (Terry) is also recognised by the Worldwide Who’s Who® organisation for his business accomplishments and knowledge within the arena of corporate governance. Through this recognition, he forms part of an extensive international network comprised of diverse and talented professionals, helping members to develop strong personal brands in order to distinguish themselves from others in their respective industries.
This Intervention is well timed as organisations deal with changes in the Companies Act 2008, King IV™*, the arrival of new “sunshine laws” as well as the manner in which the supply chain is impacted across all industries and organisations in and out of South Africa. The Intervention also deals with the components expected within a Corporate Governance Framework®, which has become a critical risk-model for South African organisations.
About CGF Research Institute (Pty) Ltd
CGF offers the most comprehensive research service of its kind to help South African organisations create and implement their own Corporate Governance Framework®. Our products and extensive consulting services are designed to assist all organisations in achieving their objectives of entrenching and complying with appropriate governance, risk and compliance practices. With clients as diverse as the Liberty Group, Anglo American, the JSE, the National Lotteries Commission, the Government Employees Pension Fund and the Altron Group, CGF and its leading corporate governance solutions have received national and international recognition.
Vote of thanks
CGF is grateful for the fabulous support we have received from Chubb Insurance South Africa, who has generously supported this event.
Chubb Insurance South Africa Limited (Reg. No. 1973/008933/06) is an authorised Financial Services Provider (FSP No. 27176), Ground Floor, The Bridle, Hunts End Office Park, 38 Wierda Road West, Wierda Valley, Sandton, 2196. Chubb Insurance South Africa Limited is a subsidiary of a US parent and Chubb Limited (a NYSE listed company) and part of the Chubb Group of companies. Consequently, Chubb Insurance South Africa Limited is subject to certain US laws and regulations in addition to EU, UN and national sanctions restrictions which may prohibit it from providing cover or paying claims to certain individuals or entities, and from insuring certain types of activities in or connected with certain countries and territories such as, but not limited to, Iran, Syria, North Korea, North Sudan, Cuba and Crimea.
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*Please note that all references in this brochure to the King IV™ Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa for 2016 (King IV™) has been kindly allowed by the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa (‘IoDSA’). The IoDSA owns the intellectual property of King IV™ and the report can be accessed at no cost at: http://www.iodsa.co.za/?page=AboutKingIV)