This course seeks to provide subsidiary board directors with an understanding of the construct of boards in subsidiary and joint venture companies and the unique governance issues involved. The presenter will explain the principle of separate legal entity and share case studies to highlight practical and legal issues that may arise in boards of subsidiary entities. The roles and responsibilities of subsidiary boards related to corporate governance, best practices and tips on managing sustainability reporting, cross border and political issues are explained in the course.
Examine the principle of separate legal entity.
- Explain the traditional roles, duties and responsibilities of a director.
- Highlight the corporate structures of subsidiary and joint venture companies.
- Explain the responsibilities and liability risks of subsidiary directors.
- Illustrate with case studies on how conflicts of interest may arise in corporate groups.
- Share best practices to bolster corporate governance in subsidiary and joint venture companies.
Separate legal entity.
- Traditional director’s roles, duties and responsibilities.
- Subsidiary and joint venture structures.
- Subsidiary director’s roles, duties and responsibilities.
- Personal liability risks.
- Conflicts of interest in corporate groups.
- Other issues that may arise in subsidiary and joint venture entities.
Aspiring and new directors of subsidiary and joint venture companies, senior management and governance professionals.
Presentation with case studies, followed by panel discussion and Q&A.
SID members: $291.60 (incl. 8% GST)
Non-members: $421.20 (incl. 8% GST)
SID members: $280.80 (incl. 8% GST)
Non-members: $399.60 (incl. 8% GST)