BEYOND GOVERNANCE.
TOWARDS PERFOMANCE.

Listed companies are increasingly under pressure to be more transparent and accountable to their stakeholders. With the review underway of Singapore’s code of corporate governance, it is even more critical for companies to strengthen their governance practices and work towards achieving the highest standards of governance and performance.

The best-governed and transparent Singapore-listed companies will be announced at this year’s Singapore Governance and Transparency Forum. They have been ranked by the Singapore Governance and Transparency Index (SGTI), a leading benchmark for assessing listed companies on their corporate governance disclosure and practices, as well as the timeliness, accessibility and transparency of their financial results announcements.

Date:
Tuesday 1 August

Time:
Registration and breakfast
8.00 am to 9.00 am 

Forum
9.00 am to 11.00 am 

Venue:
Marina Mandarin Singapore,
Main Ballroom (Level 1)

Fee (incl. GST) :
SID Members - $90
Non Members - $120

CPD Hours – 2 hours

The SGTI is a collaboration between CPA Australia, the Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO) of the NUS Business School, and Singapore Institute of Directors (SID).

At this Forum, the top-ranked organisations in governance and transparency will be presented with awards, while industry leaders will discuss:

  • Corporate governance developments globally that may impact Singapore and Asia
  • Key observations of the SGTI rankings and areas for improvement
  • Key issues and best practices in achieving sustainable governance and performance
  • How Singapore companies and directors can prepare to tackle challenges ahead
Programme:

8.00 am

Registration and breakfast

9.00 am

Welcome address
Mr Willie Cheng, Chairman, Singapore Institute of Directors

9.05 am

Guest-of-Honour keynote address
Prof TAN Cheng Han, Chairman, Singapore Exchange Regulation

9.15 am 

Findings on the Singapore Governance and Transparency Index (SGTI) 2017
Associate Professor Lawrence Loh, Director, Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations, NUS Business School

9.35 am 

Awards presentation

9.45 am

Panel discussion

Panellists:

  • Mr CHEW Chin Yee, Head of Regulatory Development and Policy at Singapore Exchange Regulation
  • Mr CHOW Kam Wing, Executive Director and CFO, Micro-Mechanics Holdings
  • Mrs. Yvonne GOH, Independent Director, Del Monte Pacific Limited
  • Mr Melvyn PUN, Executive Director and CEO, Yoma Strategic
  • Ms Stefanie YUEN THIO, Joint Managing Partner, TSMP Law Corporation

 

Moderator: Mr Melvin YONG, Country Head, -Singapore, CPA Australia

10.45 am

Closing address
Mr Yeoh Oon Jin FCPA (Aust.), Singapore Divisional President,
CPA Australia

10.50 am

End of Programme/ Networking

  For enquiries, please contact Ms Jamilah Ramli at bizjr@nus.edu.sg
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