Subsidiary Boards – Director Roles and Responsibilities

Thu 21 Jun 2018
9.00am to 12.30pm

Location


MAP

Cost

Single
As a subsidiary board director, overseeing the operations of your subsidiary while simultaneously managing the expectations of your parent board can be challenging.

Navigating complex governance challenges and risks.

This complex role is made more difficult when the subsidiary or parent operates in a foreign country where the law and regulations may be very different.

Due to this complexity, subsidiary board directorship presents a number of risks which have the potential to affect your personal reputation and professional liability.

At this half-day course you will explore:

  • The role and responsibilities of subsidiary board directors
  • Issues and risks faced by subsidiary board directors
  • The relationship between the subsidiary board and the parent board
  • Effective board meeting practices
  • Personal liability and risk management

Who should attend?

Current or aspiring directors, and senior executives, of a subsidiary.

How will I benefit?

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Fulfil your responsibilities as a subsidiary board director
  • Effectively manage the relationship with your parent board
  • Protect yourself from liability by more effectively managing risk
  • Apply practical frameworks and tools to enhance governance performance

Mode of study

Interactive session facilitated by an experienced director.

Duration

Half-day session (3.5 hours)

For more information please contact your State Office.

Please ensure you have read and understood the Terms & Conditions.