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Date: Friday, 30 July 2021
Time: 9am - 10.30am
In the past, governance may have been understood as meeting the legal and regulatory demands placed on organisations by regulators and legislators. Today it involves taking a more practical and integrated approach to governance processes, business strategy, performance, risk, and regulatory compliance. In taking this broader view, governance can become a catalyst for enhanced shareholder value by improving performance and leveraging opportunities appropriately, whilst managing risk and guarding against avoidable losses. Equally important, it encompasses the impact of key strategic decisions on all stakeholders - from owners and employees to customers, suppliers and society at large. Join us as our experts help you think through the landscape of integrated governance to promote financial viability and the longevity of your business.
Jayshila Mistri - PwC Gauteng Corporate Governance Leader
Jayshila is a member of PwC South Africa’s Governance, Risk and Internal Audit practice, and leads the Corporate Governance team in Gauteng. She has more than 18 years of experience in rendering assurance and consulting services, working with both local and international clients on corporate governance projects. Apart from her experience in South Africa, she has worked in London and Dubai, specifically focusing on private businesses, ranging from start-ups and owner-managed businesses to large and multinational groups. Her areas of expertise include the design of corporate and integrated governance frameworks, Board evaluations and director induction programmes.
Geo Alderson - Governance, Risk and Internal Audit Manager
Geo is a member of PwC South Africa’s Governance, Risk and Internal Audit practice, with more than 20 years of service to clients in the public and private sectors. He specialises in risk management and has been involved in the review of governance, risk and regulatory compliance functions across 53 countries. His experience also includes the establishment of enterprise risk functions, performing company-wide risk assessments, and helping companies to embed the associated infrastructure and organisational and reporting aspects in the business.