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Corporate Directors Leadership and Integrity Course (CDLI)

 

The Corporate Leadership and Integrity course is a programme designed specifically to increase participant’s awareness of the roles and fiduciary responsibilities as a government representative as a board of Director in Government Linked Companies (GLC), understanding the directorship roles, responsibilities and duties in order to discharge their duties ethically, with integrity and effectively.

 

This programme also stresses the importance of understanding that the effectiveness of the BOD hinges upon having a leader who is able to form a coalition of individual of diverse skills, qualifications and experience and to galvanise this diversity to lead and control the business corporation. It explains the mechanics of a vigilant and effective board which addresses the “tone from the top” that sets the ethos of the entire business enterprise.

 

This course also aims to impart knowledge which can ensure corporations meet wider stakeholder expectation such as environmental and social interests in addition to maximising the shareholder wealth. Besides, it also focuses on enhancing participant’s awareness of the current corporate governance and developments by updating the participants with latest guidelines for directors on corporate governance issues and challenges, corporate disclosure requirements, disclosure and transparency and role of Gatekeepers and influences i.e. in keeping abreast with industry, regulatory and compliance issues, trends and best practices.

 

Course content:

  • Role of Governments in Market Economy
  • Expected Roles of Government Representatives as Board Member and Control Mechanism
  • The Fundamentals of Corporate Governance
  • Key Players in a Company: Roles, Functions & Responsibilities
  • Common Offences Committed by Board of Directors Under Company Act 1965
  • Corporate Integrity System Malaysia & Stakeholder Engagement
  • Leadership of the Board (8) Audit Committee & Risk Management
  • Fundamentals of Financial Statements, Financial Ratios & Ratios Analysis
  • Audit Issues on Corporate Governance: Federal & State GLC
  • Internal Control as a Corruption Prevention Tool
  • Introduction to Government Service and Taxes
  • Case Studies (SC, MACC and IIM)
  • Valuation

 

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd has released the third edition of the corporate governance (CG) guide for listed issuers to improve their corporate governance practices and reporting, in line with the new Malaysian Code on Corporate Governance (MCCG) issued on April 26, 2017 and the recent enhanced corporate governance disclosure requirements in Bursa Malaysia’s listing requirements.

“This initiative is to ensure our market is always distinguished by its quality of corporate leaders and companies. The CG guide seeks to cultivate actualisation of sound corporate governance practices among listed issuers,” said Bursa Malaysia CEO Datuk Seri Tajuddin Atan in a statement.

The CG guide was formulated and finalised following engagements with various key stakeholders. It sets out, among others, the comprehend, apply and report approach in the MCCG, and gives recommendations for listed issuers to apply when adopting principles and practices in the MCCG.

Through the comprehensive CG guide, listed issuers can gain insights from case studies and illustrations, to have a better appreciation of the value propositions offered by embodying CG practices.

Listed issuers and their boards are strongly encouraged to refer to the CG guide when preparing their CG Overview Statement in the annual reports, as well as the CG Report per the listing requirements.

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