The Governance Basics course does not require much prior knowledge and is designed to be easily digestible. Several video clips and a short learning review at the end of each chapter make for a varied course design.
Subsequently, we look into the question of what Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) means and how it is or should be structured in terms of content. Good corporate governance is also measured by the structure of the management and the supervisory board, as well as remuneration. In detail, we will look at why independence and diversity are important for a thriving company.
An element flanking governance is risk management and compliance. We devote as much attention to this complex as to the area of internal and external audit. The course concludes with a look at the annual general meeting and its protagonists.
190,50 € plus VAT
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- Forms of Business Ownership
- Separation of Ownership and Control
- Can Shareholders Influence Managers?
- An Integrated System of Governance
- International Monitoring
- The Governance Concept
- The global financial crisis: a new emphasis on corporate risk
- Levels of risk – the concept of enterprise risk management
- Responsibility for risk profiling, risk strategy, risk policy, and risk supervision
- Identifying types of risk
The course is purely online. It is offered as a classroom course at the University of Angers/France and the dual university in Karlsruhe, among others.
The course language is ENGLISH. Accordingly, all materials are available in English only.
The target group is future employees in the following areas: Investor relations, compliance, risk management, internal and external audit, proxy advisor, proxy solicitor, asset management, law firms related to the capital market, supervisory board members.