Panel Discussion on the Practical Concerns Regarding the Implementation of the National Code of Corporate Governance 

The Annual Members Meeting of the MIoD was held on 5 December 2017 at La Potinière in Ebene and for the occasion the MIoD took the opportunity to continue the debate on the practical concerns regarding the National Code of Corporate Governance. A panel consisting of Mr Christian Angseesing, Managing Director of Executive Services, Matthew Lamport, Lecturer in Financial Reporting at the University of Mauritius, Ms Aruna Radhakeesoon, Chairman of the National Committee for Corporate Governance and Mrs Aisha Timol, CEO of the Mauritius Bankers Association. The panel was moderated by Mr Pierre Dinan, Economist and Business Consultant.

During the debate the panellists emphasised on the essential role of the Company Secretary in its implementation but also on the methodology to be used.


Launch of McKinsey Research for Mauritius on "Women Matter" and Women Directors Forum Peer-to-Peer Support Group



The Women Directors Forum ("WDF") of the MIoD has launched on Monday 20 November 2017 at MCB Auditorium in St Jean the McKinsey Research for Mauritius on "Women Matter" which is done by the latter for Africa and other parts of the world. The event was also aimed at identifying the challengers and enablers that women face in leadership positions. The Support Group of the WDF for that purpose did a small survey amongst MIoD women members to get their opinion on various aspects such as the benefits women bring at higher job positions. A panel discussion had then been set up to discuss more on the subject matter and the panel comprised of Mrs Nousrath Bhugeloo, Partner at ABAX, Mrs Catherine McIlraith, Chartered Accountant & Independent Director, Stephanie Ng Tseug, Head of Cards at the MCB, Aruna Radhakeesoon, Executive Director and Chief Legal Executive at Rogers and Mrs Aisha Timol, CEO of the Mauritius Bankers Association.

The new board of the MIoD met on 13 December 2017 in Ebene to elect its new Chairperson, Mr Neemalen Gopal and its Vice-Chairperson, Mr Guillaume Hugnin.

More details on their profile can be found here.

Corporate Sustainability

Full day workshop


Join us for an interactive session on why Corporate Sustainability matters!

Date: 9 March 2018
Time: 8.30am to 16.30am
Venue: Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, Port-Louis

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The Integrity Pledge Project is a private sector-led initiative developed by the Mauritius Institute of Directors (MIoD), in partnership with the Independent Commission Against Corruption, Business Mauritius, Transparency Mauritius and other private sector partners, to fight corruption in private companies.

The project is supported by a Self-Evaluation Tool (SET), a questionnaire that companies can use to assess their anti-corruption measures, in line with international best practices.

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Interested in our 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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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.

As a business professional, you have the option of joining the MIoD as a member, and benefitting from participation in our events, trainings and networking opportunities.

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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.