The Integrated Thinking and Doing an Integrated Report Colloquium Register Here

NOTE: To all those who have already registered for the colloquium on 20 May

In response to the President’s announcement on 15 March, we would like to inform you that the colloquium WILL go ahead. However, the form that it takes will depend on the best advice and information that will be available at the time. It will take place on one of the following platforms:

  • Live event at Wits Business School as planned, with live streaming available; or
  • Online conference with full participant engagement functionality, or
  • Webinar with limited participant engagement functionality

Please watch this space for updates. We are looking forward to hosting you at this important event, whether in person or online.

 


 

The Integrated Thinking and Doing an Integrated Report Colloquium

Start Date: Wednesday, 20 May, 2020
Time: Registration: 08h00 Time: 08h30 – 13h00
Contact Person: info@thegoodgovernanceacademy.com
Venue: Donald Gordon Auditorium, Wits Business School, 2 St David’s Place, Corner St Andrews Road, Parktown, Johannesburg


Prof Mervyn King and Wits Business School invite you to the bi-annual Good Governance Academy Colloquium.  Hosted in May, the topic of this colloquium is: “Integrated Thinking and Doing an Integrated Report”.

The speakers and panellists include world renowned experts in the field of integrated reporting. These are:

Speakers and their topic:  

  • Dr Fiona Robertson, Leeds-Beckett University, United Kingdom: Integrated thinking to create value in a sustainable manner
  • Leigh Roberts, Chief Executive of IRC SA and member of IIRC Framework Technical Team: How to do an integrated report
  • Mark Hoffman, Partner, Deloitte: From CFO to Chief Value Officer
  • Prof Graham Terry, University of Johannesburg: Outlook as envisaged in the integrated reporting framework

Panellists:

  • Suresh Kana, Chartered accountant and Chair of King Committee
  • Roy Anderson, Chartered accountant and Chairs of Companies
  • Parmi Natesan, Chartered accountant and CEO of IODSA
  • Mohamed Adam, Corporate Counsel

Programme director and facilitator:

Carolynn Chalmers, Corporate governance advisor and executive director of Candor Governance.

Booking is essential.


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