Deloitte Malta launches “Directors’ Series”
06 April 2018
Deloitte Malta has recently launched an initiative entitled “Directors' Series” which aims to provide company directors, and those charged with governance, with the opportunity to stay informed in a time of frequent change and growing demands.
As part of the initiative, Deloitte Malta will be holding a forum discussion entitled “Audit committees in a rapidly evolving landscape”. This event will be of interest to directors and audit committee members of Public Interest Entities, and members of those companies wishing to enhance their corporate governance structure. During the event Deloitte will also be sharing the results of a recently conducted survey regarding audit committees in Malta. Local and foreign speakers will address this event.
This Directors’ Series event will take place at the Westin Dragonara Resort St. Julians, on Thursday, 10 May 2018, 9am to 1pm, followed by a networking lunch. Attendance is by registration only, to secure your place, kindly register at www.deloitte.com/mt/dseries This event includes a networking lunch.
Malcolm Booker, CEO of Deloitte Malta, “There is an underlying tension for audit committees which is between traditional items on the audit committee’s agenda and the more dynamic, broadening set of risks affecting the company. The first event in the Deloitte Directors’ Series will be discussing how this broadening set of risks is shaping the corporate landscape, affects the work of the audit committee, and the new actions audit committees need to take in response to these risks.”
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