National Conference on Corporate Compliance

National Conference on Corporate Compliance

 

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National Conference on Corporate Compliance -  "Role of Independent Directors - Issues & Solutions"

The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) is an apex chamber supported by over 400 regional chambers and serving to appx. 3, 50,000 direct and indirect members in India and abroad. 

As a part of our on-going drive for initiating debates on important national and international issues facing corporate world, we plan to hold a National Conference on Corporate Compliance “Role of Independent Directors- Issues & Solutions” on February 10, 2011 at ASSOCHAM HOUSE Auditorium, 47, Prithviraj Road, New Delhi. 

Background

The presence of Independent Directors on the Board is widely considered as a means of protecting the interest of shareholders and other stakeholders. This Conference has been designed to improve the quality of corporate governance practices among the industry by promoting greater transparency, integrity, probity, accountability and responsibility. “Recent, well publicized cases of corporate mismanagement have highlighted the critical importance of good corporate governance for economic development. That’s why companies of all sizes are recognizing the substantial benefits of having Independent Directors on the Board.

Key Agenda

  •  The present Role and Fiduciary responsibilities of Independent Directors in India and abroad.
  •  Effectiveness of Independent Directors: Role of Listing in improving transparency
  •  Creating public awareness – information in the public domain, its scrutiny and research by independent research organizations
  •  Role of Credit Rating agencies in capacity building and improvement in corporate governance
  •  Standardization /codification of policies.
  •  Regulatory Initiative in India for Better Corporate Governance (Clause 49) – Listing Agreement
  •  Independent Director with Audit Committee & Interface with Management

Who Must Attend

Directors on the Board, Top executives eligible for the Board’s postings, Government Officials designated as board members, jurists& legislators, Joint Secretaries / Dy. Secretaries / Under Secretary of GOI, Representative from Industry/Trade Associations,Company Secretaries / Chartered Accountant, Economic officials from Industries / High Commissions in India, Financial consultants,Corporate Leaders, Chief Financial Officers, Chief Risk Officers, Internal Audit Heads, Head of Compliance, External Auditors &Heads of Regulatory Affairs.

Key Speakers

Shri Murli Deora, Hon'ble Minister of Corporate Affairs , GOI
Justice R C Lahoti, Former Chief Justice, Supreme Court of India
Shri Rakesh Singh Addl. Secy. (DFS) Ministry of Finance
Shri Nandan Nilekani, Chairman UID , GOI
Shri T.M. Bhasin, Chairman & Managing Director, Indian Bank
Shri S. K. Goel, Chairman & Managing Director, IIFCL
Shri B D Narang, Ex-CMD, Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC)
Shri Dilip Modi , President, ASSOCHAM
Shri D.S. Rawat, Secretary General, ASSOCHAM
Ms. Preeti Malhotra Chairperson, ASSOCHAM Committee on Corporate Governance
Prof. (Dr.) J. D. Agarwal, Chairman, Indian Institute of Finance Top Executives from GOI, PSUs, Banks, FIs, & other Stake-Holders.

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