Corporate Governance Principles

How leadership models must remember key tenets in order to navigate the new normal.

Principles that should govern effective decision making at the highest level have not changed and are extremely important to remember during the new normal of a COVID-19 world.
The subject of effective corporate governance and, more specifically, effective corporate risk management is by no means new. Examples of failed leadership at a Board level are however still as common if not more common than what should be the rule.

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    Our document covers the following topics:
    1. Risk Appetite and Risk Policy
    2. Organisational Structure
    3. Performance Assessment
    4. Business Continuity and Resilience to Crises
    5. Public Disclosure
    6. Dividing Responsibilities

    Topics that are covered...

    Risk Appetite and Risk Policy

    How much risk are we willing to take for the strategic goals we want to achieve?

    Organisational Structure

    The structure of Boards, particularly that within which an effective ERM framework is deployed and managed plays a key role in its success.

    Performance Assessment

    How well is the Board managing its responsibilities, particularly during this crisis? How does this compare to best practice standards?

    Business Continuity and Resilience to Crises

    Boards have a critical role in providing oversight and guidance on the ability to absorb and recover from external crises and systemic shocks.

    Public Disclosure

    Effective corporate governance includes effective reporting and communication with stakeholders.

    Dividing Responsibilities

    Where is the line between Board and Management?