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NUSBSA CPE Ethics Talk: Is there a Vaccine for Governance Failures?

NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA) proudly presents our Continuing Professional Education (CPE) talk.

17 Jun 2021
7.00pm - 10.00pm
NUS Business School Alumni Association
Ms Tay Ruofan

Event Details

Governance Lessons from Corporate Failures
  • Key elements of corporate governance
  • Investor protection in Singapore versus other markets
  • Identifying problematic companies using public information
  • Case studies of recent corporate failures (e.g. Hyflux, Hin Leong, Ezra Group)
  • Takeaways that you can apply in practice

A/Prof Mak Yuen Teen is an Associate Professor of Accounting and former Vice Dean of the NUS Business School, where he teaches corporate governance. He is also an active researcher, commentator, speaker and advocate on corporate governance. He has published reports on topics such as corporate governance of banks and insurance companies, board diversity, governance of company groups, annual general meetings, and executive and director remuneration. He is regularly engaged by companies and other organisations to teach/facilitate workshops for directors, regulators and other industry professionals n Singapore and the region. He also led governance reviews for listed companies and not-for-profit organisations.

Early Bird for NUS BSA Life Members (by 17 May) - $60
Early Bird for Non-Members (by 17 May) - $70
Standard, after 17 May - $80

Terms & Conditions

  • This event is organised by the NUS Business School Alumni Association, and supported by the NUS Business School.
  • Registration closes 7 June 2021.
  • By clicking on the "Register" button, you will be directed to a third party independent site, which is not developed or maintained by NUS. The website could be subject to data protection and privacy practices and you are encouraged to examine them before proceeding to share your personal data.

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