No less than the Indian School of Busniess gives you a crash course on what is in and what is out in Corporate Management In Emerging Markets. The spectacular scandals at Enron, WorldCom, and Parmalat among others, have resulted in a number of initiatives world-wide, and have brought in new requirements regarding corporate governance. The conference at ISB will bring together on a single platform the world leaders among academicians, practitioners, and policy-makers who share an interest in corporate governance issues.
The ISB is a research-oriented independent management institution that grooms future leaders for India and the world. Its association with the Kellogg School of Management, The Wharton School, and London Business School makes it a one of a kind institution in Asia.
The Centre for Analytical Finance (CAF) at the ISB, which is the organiser for the conference, is the lone center of its kind in India, and one of only two such centers in all of Asia. CAF has the experience and capability in organising conferences that attract top international experts.
The Agenda of the conference is made up of three sessions that are each devoted to an important corporate governance issue. Several international experts, Indian regulators & policymakers, and practitioners from industry / investor groups from around the world have confirmed their participation, including Professor John Coffee (Columbia Law School, USA; Fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences), Professor Franklin Allen (Wharton School, USA), Mr Uday Kotak (Chairman, Kotak Mahindra Bank) and Mr G N Bajpai (ex-Chairman, LIC and SEBI).
Please contact Sumita Thakur at 2318-7447 for further details.