Professional board directors need a European Corporate Governance perspective.
ecoDa has developed an unique European module for directors and supervisory board.
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Are you a board member of a company that is active across Europe? Would you like to get a European overview on Corporate Governance matters?
Members seeking to gain a European perspective on board functioning and corporate governance. The training programme is targeted at directors with a cross-border mandate in their board activities, or at those looking for such a mandate. Anyone seeking to update their knowledge of recent EU policy developments in the field of corporate governance will also benefit from the module.
Main features of ecoDa’s Education programme:
Comparison of European good CG practices
Understanding of the different models including the one tier and two tier systems
Case studies highlighting the different CG models
Simulation of a European board: management of international diversity
Information on topical European CG themes
Information on the European market for directors’ mandates
Not affiliated to a member association (incl. VAT)
Affiliated to a member association (incl. VAT)
The programme fee covers tuition, course, materials, lunches and coffee breaks. It does not include travel costs and accommodation. To be paid by bank transfer only (Please note that we do not accept cheques).
before, require payment of 50 % of the training cost
The purpose of this webinar is to provide you with Continuous Personal Development and to highlight what are the main take-aways from the Volkswagen Diesel-Gate Case that can be useful from a board member's
The purpose of this webinar is to provide you with Continuous Personal Development and to highlight what are the main take-aways from the Volkswagen Diesel-Gate Case that can be useful from a board member’s perspective.
Despite its formidable reputation, Volkswagen was accused of “cheating the system” and allowing diesel emissions that deteriorated the environment and endangered citizens’ health since 2015. What has been called the Volkswagen scandal highlighted the devastating consequences of corporate misconduct.