|When||February 19, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - February 19, 2019 3:30 pm|
The launch of the Wates Principles for Large Private Companies in the United Kingdom in December 2018 contributed to a growing list of private-sector driven initiative to frame good corporate governance practices beyond box-ticking. These principles appropriately call for the boards of non-listed companies to “think seriously about why they exist, [and] how they deliver on their purpose.”
The voluntary Wates Principles are applicable to our region, and could be a starting point for leaders of family business and other non-listed companies as most of them are embarking on their own corporate governance journey.
This session will provide a briefing on the Wates Principles, and facilitate a discussion on the relevance of these Principles to regional companies, particularly family businesses and state owned enterprises.
This interactive session will bring family businesses, advisors, lawyers, regulators, and other interested bodies to facilitate discussions on potential corporate and family governance opportunities and good practices that may assist regional families.
|Where||Dubai DIFC - Gate Building United Arab Emirates|
|When||Sadia Malik 043622550 firstname.lastname@example.org|
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