Combattre la fraude au sein des entreprises en renforçant les capacités des comités d’audit

Soutenir le combat contre la fraude en renforçant les capacités des comités d’audit au sein des entreprises pour qu’ils puissent repérer et mieux gérer les risques qui y sont liés. C’est le thème traité par le nouveau Position Paper lancé par le Mauritius Institute of Directors (MIoD) et KPMG, intitulé Guidelines for the Audit Committee’s assessment and response to the Risk of Fraud. Le lancement a eu lieu au Hennessy Park Hotel en présence de Navin Beekarry, Directeur General de l’ICAC.

Cette nouvelle publication est la quatrième d’une série de guides sur les meilleures pratiques produites par l’Audit Committee Forum, une initiative lancé par le MIoD et KPMG en 2013, qui a pour but de soutenir les comités d’audit. Ces derniers jouent un rôle essentiel dans la bonne gouvernance et la gestion des risques d’une entreprise.

 

 Cliquez ici pour télécharger une copie du Position Paper 4.

 

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Nouvelle stratégie : le MIoD se positionne comme agent de changement

Nouvelle stratégie pour le Mauritius Institute of Directors (MIoD), qui veut désormais se positionner comme un agent de changement à travers la promotion de la bonne gouvernance d’entreprise.

Le nouveau CEO, Juan Carlos Fernandez Zara a présenté les grandes lignes de la stratégie aux membres de l’institut, lors de l’Annual Members Meeting qui a eu lieu au Hennessy Park Hotel.

Ainsi, le nouveau modèle du MIoD reposera sur quatre grands axes, soit l’advocacy, la formation, les advisory services, et le networking. Ces quatre axes, qui se soutiennent et se renforcent les uns les autres, découlent d’une logique d’utiliser la bonne gouvernance d’entreprise pour aider Maurice et ses acteurs clés à devenir plus résilients et compétitifs dans la conjoncture économique actuelle mais aussi de fournir un forum de discussion et de partage d’outils pour faire face à une globalisation changeante.

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Legal Insights - Global Business: A leap in the Dark?

Date: 23 November 2016
Time: 08.30 - 12.30
Venue: Hennessy Park Hotel

 

Global Business has recently been under crossfire. Its future is at stake. With it, the contours of Mauritius financial services sector are likely to change dramatically. For some it is a test of resilience, little if at all needs to change; to others it is a cause of doom. The key word that resonates in this new economic environment for global business is SUBSTANCE.

It is very important for directors and senior managers in the financial services industry to understand the challenges posed by the OECD programme on Base Erosion Profit Sharing (BEPS), the FATCA, the forthcoming Common Reporting Standards of the European Union, the fast-shrinking net of protection by national laws, the crusade against tax havens and low tax jurisdictions, the ramming-down of confidentiality by ever widening networks of cross border exchange of information. What will it take for the Mauritius Global Business sector to survive, is a burning question. Can we afford the much coveted “Substance”?

 

 


Integrated Annual Report 2016

 

 

The Mauritius Institute of Directors’ (“MIoD”) reports annually in line with the Companies Act 2001. The Annual Integrated Report for the year ended 30 June 2016 has been prepared using the Global Reporting Initiative (“GRI”) G4 guidelines. Click below to read our latest Annual Report and related documents. 

Annual Report 2016

Director's Register

 

The Directors’ Register of the MIoD consists of a pool of directors and senior executives from cross sections of industries and professions which enables companies to recruit suitable independent directors for their board and for MIoD Members and Fellows to promote themselves as potential independent director to sit on the boards of other organisations. Being listed on the Register is exclusive to MIoD Fellows and Members and is free of charge. 

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