The term of governance, becoming one of the most important in all associations and organisations because of crises happening in last decades, has emerged on management science. As the international concern about corruption and its troubles has increased ,  governance is established to rise efficiency of associations and put orders limiting fraud and conflicting interests. In addition, the result of implement of governance is establishment framework defining distribution all rights and responsibilities.

The British Academy for Training and Development offers a corporate governance training course to establish a clear skillset for company directors, allowing them to reconcile external and internal controls, risk management, competitive behaviour and adherence to corporate law.

Objectives and target group

Who should attend?

  • The workers for the departments of control, inspection and follow-up.
  • The internal and external oversight staff on financial systems and processes in public and private institutions.



How attendees will benefit?

After completion of the program, delegates will be able to:

  • Develop, construct and implement an action plan to tackle financial
  • Identify the value of regulatory frameworks
  • Apply the good governance principles to their organisation
  • Improve capacity and support structures whilst reducing administrative burdens
  • Monitor, evaluate and enhance performance
  • Deliver services that better meet stakeholder needs


Course Content

      Course Content:

  • Corporate governance issues, concepts and domain.
  • External governance – law and regulation.
  • Benefits to the economy: The ‘corruption premium’ and the cost of accessing global capital 
  • Foreign direct investment; countering the vulnerability of short-term capital flows 
  • Assessing governance in others
  • Good Corporate Governance and Emerging Markets 
  • Industry Specifics: Banks; Government Companies 
  • Governance in banks - the agency problem; opaqueness, “rogue traders” 
  • The role of the bank in improving the governance of the corporate sector 
  • How poor governance can cause systemic financial crises
  • Legal and Regulatory Frameworks for Governance
  • The role of the bank in improving the governance of the corporate sector
  • The legal responsibilities of directors 
  • Listing requirements: how capital markets impose corporate governance requirements: 
  • Corporate governance codes; recent regulatory trends in corporate governance 
  • How to develop a corporate governance code for your company 
  • Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Boards, Directors and Board Committees
  • Governance and Risk – Responsibilities of Directors and Management 
  • Financial market supervision and control.
  • Governance and financial market economics
  • Governance in Controlled Companies
  • Governance for family businesses 
  • Succession planning in family businesses; the role of the independent director 
  • How Boards can help family companies move towards an IPO / listing 
  • Transcending borders: the specific challenges of corporate governance for multinationals 
  • Improving Corporate Governance in your Company 

Course Date





Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£3300 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2640 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£2046 / Member

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