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Date Training Session Location
15-16 October 2015
Leadership Skills for Board Directors
The training targets senior staff members who are nominated as Directors or Board Members in portfolio companies or may prospectively take a board position in future. We updated the course design together with the Institute of Directors (UK), using the vast and profound feedback from all EDFI delegates over the last years.
Cologne, Germany
10-11 November 2016
Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets Training: Financial Institutions
Training on: (i) general corporate governance principles, (ii) specific corporate governance risks and challenges to financial institutions, (iii) principles and use of the EDFI Corporate Governance Toolkit for Banks, NBFIs and MFIs in FMO’s investment process and (iv) making the corporate governance business case. Interested delegates can register by contacting Jasper Veel, Corporate Governance Office, FMO, at J.Veel@fmo.nl.
The Hague, The Netherlands
10-11 November 2015
Nominee Directors Network Annual Meeting
Annual training organized by IFC for its nominee directors and open to other DFIs’ nominee directors
Washington DC, USA
7-12 January 2015
Governance and Risk Management Practices for the Financial Markets in the 21st Century
Corporate governance in the 21st century; Directors’ duties: From Shareholders to Stakeholders; Creating an ethical culture; Planning Succession;Board effectiveness;The Board and Strategy; Risk Management Case studies
Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
20-21 April 2015
Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets Training: Family-owned companies
Training on: (i) general corporate governance principles, (ii) specific corporate governance aspects of family-owned companies, (iii) principles and use of the EDFI/FMO Rapid Risk Screening Tool for unlisted, listed (family-owned) corporates in FMO’s investment process and (iv) making the corporate governance business case
The Hague, The Netherlands
20-21 May 2015
IFC ASIA NOMINEE DIRECTOR WORKSHOP
For IFC External Nominees, IFC Staff, and Potential Nominee Directors: Most of the workshop will focus on Corporate Governance Topics and your role as a director. It will largely be a case-study driven program, designed for maximum discussion and to draw learning experiences from one another. You will also hear perspectives from senior IFC staff, as well as sessions on internal policies and need to know information for you as an IFC Nominee.
Hong Kong
9-10 June 2016
Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets
FMO’s Corporate Governance team cordially invites you to attend a training course on Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets to be held June 9-10 at the NH Hotel in the Hague. The training will combine formal presentations, with interactive sessions. Participants will work in groups to analyse the case of a family-owned company using the EDFI Corporate Governance Toolkit, and complement the analysis with a role play exercise. The fee for the training course is 850 EUR. For registration and additional logistical information please contract Marcella Boelhouwer-Van Schijndel at M.Boelhouwer@fmo.nl.
The Hague, The Netherlands
7-9 September 2016
Leadership Skills for Board Directors
The revised three day-course provides an interactive setting for directors and senior portfolio managers who want to learn the basic concepts of Corporate Governance and the roles and responsibilities of a board director and wish to elaborate their knowledge of respective conflicts of interests, and especially best practice in solving and handling them, in an emerging markets environment. Interested delegates can register by contacting helga.jerusalem@deginvest.de before July 15.
Cologne, Germany
12-14 December 2016
Nominee Directorship Workshop
The IFC Nominee Directorship Workshop will focus on the IFC's expectations from new/recent nominees, reporting and communication, recognition and management of existing and potential conflicts of interest, indemnification and D&O protections, E&S, and IDD, Sanctionable Practices and AML/CFT. This year’s faculty includes both internal and external speakers. The IFC has partnered with the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CEDR) from the UK for the last several years to lead the discussions on leadership skills. Professor Ulrich Steger will lead the overall program.
Washington DC, USA