Governance and Risk Management - Workshop



This activity is presented by the Governance Institute of Australia. 

Please email your name, contact number and course of interest to training@governanceinstitute.com.au to receive a 10% CA ANZ member discount. A member of the Governance Institute Team will contact you to process your registration within 48 hours. 

The course explores how governance and risk management are essential to an organisation’s improved corporate performance. This course offers an overview of the role of the board in governance and risk management; it examines current issues and explores best practice in strategic risk management. 

 

About

The focus of governments, regulators and security exchanges has been to improve the regulatory, compliance and risk management processes that underpin how a company conducts its business. 

Whether a company is publicly-listed, privately owned, global or state-owned, how it conducts its business in the short and long term will have a direct impact on its stakeholders – these include owners, management, shareholders, employees, financial institutions, suppliers, customers, governments and the community. Therefore a robust and accountable corporate governance framework must be in place to protect and balance the interests of its many stakeholders. 

Learning Outcomes
Upon satisfactory completion of this activity, you will be able to: 
  • Define governance and its corporate contexts and frameworks.  
  • Identify current issues in governance and risk management.  
  • Examine the role of the Board and where risk management sits in that role.  
  • Examine the traits and practices of a ‘risk-aware’ director. 

Benefits
Understand governance and the integral role effective governance has on both a company’s strategic risk management and its long term financial performance


EVENT DETAILS


Topic: Ethics & Integrity, Reporting

Sub-Topic: Ethics, Financial Reporting, Governance

Format: Workshop

Proficiency Level: Foundation, Intermediate

CPD: Upto 5 hours