Good governance saves companies from future conflict

Conflicts of interest and non-compliance can come with a high cost for organisations in any industry

21st March, 2021
Good governance saves companies from future conflict
Jamie Cooke, managing director, Fscom and Compliance Ireland

The future is digital and that will bring its own corporate governance challenges, Michael Kavanagh, chief executive, Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland, said.

“New technologies have the potential to create significant change and corporate governance oversight will need future proofing. New governance models will be fully blockchain-based and will require a new mindset for governing organisations.”

Recent events have demonstrated the importance of compliance with the principles of good governance. “The news...

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