The Summit would present these and such other pertinent issues in the domain of corporate governance during a discussion with key stakeholders of corporate India – Government, Regulators, shareholders, investors, employees, customers and society.
Mumbai: CII is organizing 7th Corporate Governance Summit in Mumbai on September 13, 2011. The venue of the event is Hotel Trident, Regal Room, Nariman Point, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
CII”s 7th Corporate Governance Summit would address the need for balancing regulatory requirements & voluntary initiatives and also deliberate on the international experience in this context. Given the uncertain times that we live in, the Summit would also focus on the need for companies to outline how the company would recover and resolve post a crisis.
Over the last few years, India has witnessed a significant progression in standards and guidelines that have transformed the Indian corporate governance framework. In order to remain responsive to global developments, corporate governance standards have been constantly evaluated, assessed and strengthened.
The changes range from reworking board compositions, creating focused board committees and enhancing internal governance & controls to articulating risk appetites and oversight, engaging a wider range of stakeholders and improving reporting frameworks. Most of Corporate India has voluntary adopted best corporate governance practices through these dynamic years.