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Learn to exercise governance in an environment where the nature and degree of control exercised by a single shareholder is unlike any other.
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Being a director of a controlled company can be a unique governance experience. Companies can benefit from having a controlling shareholder. It can be a stabilizing influence, making the company relatively immune, for example, to the pressures of transient, short-term investors. However, a high level of shareholder control is not without risk and these risks can be alleviated by sound corporate governance.
Controlled Companies Briefing: Questions for Directors to Ask examines the role and responsibilities of a board member in this type of organization. It highlights how the board’s typical roles can be different in a controlled company.
Canada’s accounting and auditing standards boards have a lot going on. Make sure you stay up to date on changes and get involved in standards development through the boards’ webinars and events.
February 10, 2020
Financial sustainability and digital disruption are influencing the future of NFPs. Be equipped to lead through complex change by attending Canada’s premiere event for not-for-profit leaders.
May 25, 2020
Explore new technologies that are revolutionizing accounting and finance. Find out how you can take advantage of best-fit digital solutions and emerging business trends to work smarter, ignite growth and keep innovating.