The new Code of Corporate Governance for Mauritius (2016)
The new Code of Corporate Governance for Mauritius has been published on the National Corporate Governance Committee website at www.nccg.mu. The code comprises a set of principles and guidance aimed at improving and guiding the governance practices of organisations within Mauritius. It forms part of a larger body of existing laws, rules, regulations, principles and best practices that include:
- Laws of Mauritius (e.g., the Companies Act, 2001)
- Listing rules (e.g., the Listing Rules for the Stock Exchange of Mauritius)
- Standards, guidelines and codes of best practice (e.g., the Bank of Mauritius Guidelines)
- Corporate rules and provisions (e.g., bylaws)
- Formal documents within an organisation (e.g., board charters)
Integrated Annual Report 2014-15
The Mauritius Institute of Directors’ (“MIoD”) reports annually in line with the Companies Act 2001 and this 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.
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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The Mauritius Institute of Directors (MloD) is geared to provide business leaders with the knowledge and tools that they need to run a successful operation using the best corporate governance practices to guide them.
Member of the African Corporate Governance Network
The African Corporate Governance Network is made up of Institutes of Directors and similar organisations working to support corporate governance and ethics in Africa. It is present in 16 African countries and represents over 16,000 directors and senior executives throughout the African continent.