The FutureBoards Summit 2018 takes place on 26 June at Chitra House, Oslo, Norway, and will convene under the theme “Equitable, sustainable and inclusive leadership”.A select group of prominent opinion leaders, investors, board chairs/members, CEOs, politicians, regulators and academics will gather to exchange views and identify opportunities to ensure long term value creation.
ICGN is proud to be hosted by Assogestioni in partnership with UniCredit, for our Annual Conference in Milan which will attract over 450 investors, companies and capital market stakeholders from around the world. Book your place to avoid missing out!
The ICSA Annual Conference is the premier industry event for company secretaries and governance leaders. This year’s programme will explore the implications of the revised UK Corporate Governance Code and what it will mean for boards. It will also examine how business can prepare for Brexit, alongside a wealth of quality opportunities for professional and personal development.
The ICSA Ireland Conference is the biggest annual development event for Irish governance professionals. With a theme of ‘leading board development’ and brimming with highly relevant content curated by practitioners for practitioners, this conference will provide attendees with expert input on a number of topics.
In this conference we dig deeper into some of the main issues for company secretaries and governance professionals for the coming year and beyond. Topics include executive pay and incentives, corporate culture and both current and future reporting and disclosure requirements.
Join us to meet and learn from “Britain’s Greatest Fraudster” turned Security Expert, Tony Sales. Experience live demos from Germany’s best “Comedy Hacker”, Tobias Schrödel. Prepare your business for 2018 with a total of 37 technical & strategic solutions delivered by global industry leaders. And enjoy it all with a bottle of our own crafted beer, “Cybeer”, to enjoy during our networking sessions and party!
The importance of stimulating shareholder engagement towards more of sustainability and long-termism, is a priority of the EU. However in corporate governance models with widely dispersed shareholders, such an ambition will only have a chance of being realised if a set of complementary conditions are further developed. This conference, jointly organised by ecoDa and PwC, will examine the type of incentives that are created by the legal/fiduciary duties of both directors and investors.
ICGN is pleased to return to Tokyo in partnership with IIRC for a conference hosted by JICPA and JPX. At a time of significant progress in enhancing long-term corporate value in Japan, the conference will explore how to accelerate governance and stewardship reforms and consider how to mitigate impediments to company and investor engagement efforts. Over 300 governance commentators from around the world including global investors, corporate executives and professional advisors will join the meeting to share their experience over a two-day programme.
About the 2017 Forum
The world is changing. 2016-2017 has been a year of political upheaval and surprise, and role of company secretary never been so important. The results of the general election raise more questions regarding the government’s corporate governance green paper, Brexit provides uncertainly from all angles, and the administration change in the US adds further depth to the uncertainty for multinationals.
Our 6th Company Secretary Forum is dedicated to company secretaries and senior members of the secretariat team and many of the panellists and speakers are company secretaries with first-hand experience of the issues raised.
This years topics include:
Diversity and evaluation
Directors’ duties and stakeholder engagement
MAR: a practical perspective one year on
Corporate crime and director liability
and many more
FutureBoards Summit 2017 will be a masterclass /roundtable discussion in the memorable setting of Chitra House in Oslo. The event is organised by FutureBoards, in cooperation with EY. We are extraordinarily excited to welcome one of the most prominent global voices on corporate governance, Professor Mervyn King.