This week we chatted with Sharon Ah Lin, a chartered company secretary working at Rogers and Company Limited, a diversified holding listed on the Official List (i.e. the Main Board) of The Stock Exchange of Mauritius Ltd.
Shareholder and board voting on blockchain. On the face of it it seems like a jolly good idea. Private blockchains can be ‘invite only’ and invited parties can be either Directors or shareholders or both.
The company secretary is considered the gatekeeper to the boardroom. They have legal requirements to uphold, corporate governance responsibilities to embed and most crucially yet often overlooked they provide expert advice and insight to the board.
We had the pleasure to chat with Caroline Evans, FCIS, the founder of MindLeap, a corporate governance boutique, and ask her a few questions on how she sees the role of governance professionals evolving and how emerging technologies can impact it
Governance by walking around, or GBWA, mirrors the approach of Management By Wandering Around, a well established method of being involved and present in organisations, with an additional level of seeing the organisation from multiple stakeholders positions.
Last week we wrote about the problem of authorised signatory fraud. In this week’s blog we offer a series of points on how to prevent it. For individuals, SMEs, and small organisations and charities, the below is the best piece of advice we can give.
We had the pleasure to chat with Peter Swabey, Policy and Research Director at ICSA, and ask him a few questions on how he sees the role of governance professionals evolving and how emerging technologies can impact it.
Exploring the benefits that blockchain could bring to corporate governance and how it could offer smart solutions for classical sector inefficiencies, especially in the relationship between shareholders and the company.