NZ joins global corporate governance association

by Robert Smith, for The National Business Review, March 29, 2010.

New Zealand’s affiliation with a new global corporate secretaries group will give the country a say in the establishment of international best practice corporate governance.

The Geneva-based Corporate Secretaries International Association (CSIA) was launched late last week and represents more than 70,000 governance professionals in more than 70 countries.

The organisation is designed to provide a global focus on improving corporate governance practices, linking professionals with worldwide organisations such as the WTO, World Bank and the UN.

While corporate secretary associations and institutes from countries such as Australia, Hong Kong, India and UK have signed on as full CSIA members, New Zealand’s professional body has joined as an affiliate member alongside Canada and the US.

Chartered Secretaries New Zealand president Dev Oza told NBR the local division of the international Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators had been working well since it opened in 1937, but joining as an affiliate with the new organisation gave it a wider scope to determine local best practise…(continue reading)


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