GRC: Continuing Private and Public Governance failure

29 Mar 2021 10:00 am by Nicola Comminos, Mellony Ramalho

Continuing private and public governance failure was highlighted as a top risk in the IRMSA Risk Report.  LexisNexis South Africa was pleased to host Nicola Comninos, CFA, Group CRO of the JSE and 2020 recipient of the coveted IRMSA Risk Manager Award for this webinar.

In the session Nicola highlighted the importance of ethical and visionary leadership, the lack of which is a key underlining cause for governance failure.

She will highlight the importance of ethical and visionary leadership, the lack of which is a key underlining cause for governance failure. Nicola empowered risk and compliance professionals with practical knowledge to be proactive to create a resilient and sustainable organisation.

The session also included the use of the right tools and intelligent data which you can integrate into your own resources to effectively mitigate the identified risks and ensure compliance with the law.

The webinar was facilitated by Mellony Ramalho: LexisNexis Marketing and Sales Director who also brought valuable insights to the session and shared some key extracts from the Irmsa Report:” On the topic of Continuing Private and Public Governance Failure it states: “Ineffective governing bodies contribute to governance failure and even to corporate and country failure. A well-governed country, institutions, and organisations are essential for the economy to thrive to meet the country’s fiscal needs, to build resilience, and to secure the hopes of future generations

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