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IoD India’s Global Virtual Session – the 20th Annual Global Convention on Corporate Governance and Sustainability

Prof. (Dr.) Phillip Kotler & Prof. (Judge) Mervyn E. King SC

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2021 threw companies and their boards curveball after curveball. They started the year on a hopeful note sparked by the COVID-19 vaccine rollout but ended it in the midst of new outbreaks caused by the Omicron variant.

We are in rapidly changing times and witnessing a shift in the way organisations operate. With the onset of the pandemic, increased regulatory requirements, a raft of strong socioeconomic headwinds, internal and external pressures from shareholders and stakeholders, boards may feel they are constantly in crises mode trying to figure their company’s way out.

On top of these, boards are faced with emerging risks and considerations such as data protection, technology risk, and ESG. These events are dictating the course of the future and it is important that boards are alert to this.

In this Global Webinar, we will discuss and highlight some of the key trends, boards and their directors must pay attention to in navigating towards the future.

Join the Institute of Directors, India in the special Global Virtual Session to discuss about the Key Trends in Corporate Governance & Sustainability, on Wednesday, March 23, 2022. The theme of the Webinar is ‘Shaping the Future of Corporate Boards: Trends in Corporate Governance & Sustainability’.

On this occasion, the famed ‘Golden Peacock Awards’, for ‘Excellence in Corporate Governance & Sustainability – 2021, both National & Global will also be conferred. Amongst the declared winners are some of the leading industry & business groups, both public & private sectors from India & abroad.

Seats are limited, so do register for your complimentary tickets today!

For more information about the event and registration details, please visit:

https://newsite.iodglobal.com/upcoming_events/details/shaping-the-future-of-corporate-boards-2022


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