Accra, Ghana. October 27, 2016
– IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Bank of Ghana are partnering to boost good corporate governance. The aim is to further strengthen the corporate governance practices of the financial sector to enhance performance and help Ghana’s economy grow.
This partnership will be launched with a conference to raise awareness of the need for good corporate governance practices and outline some of the activities that would form part of the project. More than 100 directors of banks and other stakeholders, including regulators, business and industry leaders, are expected to attend the event. Details are as follows:
Venue – Moevenpick Ambassador Hotel
Date- Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Time - 8:30am - 12:00pm
Speakers include Dr. Johnson P Asiama, Second Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Mr. Michael Schweiger, Head, I&TS Legal, Continental Europe at Royal Bank of Canada and Mr. Reindorf Baah Perbi, Former Deputy Senior Partner, KPMG Ghana. They will discuss strategies for improving performance through good corporate governance practices in the financial sector, possible challenges and globally tested ways of managing these challenges.
The IFC’s Corporate Governance Program is funded by the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), Switzerland.
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