Corporate Governance Forum 2017

This is a unique opportunity for you to come together with like-minded professionals and address the latest topics shaping the governance landscape in your state.

  • Hear from the experts in governance and risk management with a unique blend of thought-provoking presentations.
  • Leave empowered with market-leading knowledge and strategies to support you with whole-of-organisation governance and tackle the challenges that you face in your role.
  • Share concepts with a high-quality network of peers.

Corporate Governance Forum is your chance to gain essential practical skills and expertise whether you are a company secretary, director, governance professional, legal adviser or risk manager. The forum is suitable for a variety of sectors including listed, non-listed and not-for-profit.

Your state event

Corporate Governance Forum will take place in five cities. Click on each city for full details. 

Sydney Adelaide Brisbane Melbourne Perth
Wednesday
31 May

Thursday
1 June (full day) 

Thursday 1 June
(half day)
Thursday 1 June to
Friday 2 June
(Two days)

Thursday 1 June
(One day)

Friday 2 June
(Day 2)
Thursday
1 June
Thursday 
1 June

 

Why you must attend

Corporate Governance Forum events:

  • are designed by governance and risk management experts for governance and risk management professionals
  • provide leading insights 
  • give you forward-thinking whole-of-organisation governance knowledge
  • provide an opportunity to engage with a high-calibre network of peers
  • offer a unique and practical program to suit developments and trends in your state.

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Corporate governance practices are an important component of market integrity. Company secretaries are at the front line in maintaining Australia's outstanding reputation for capital markets' integrity. Belinda Gibson, former Deputy Chair, Australian Securities & Investments Commission