4th Meeting of the Latin American Institutes of Corporate Governance (IGCLA.net)

by the Global Corporate Governance Forum, February 2011.

After the 2009 Roundtable meeting in Chile, the Global Corporate Governance Forum and the OECD joined forces on a more focused collaboration with the Latin American Corporate Governance Institutes.

This year’s meeting will be on February 23rd, hosted by CONFECAMARAS, the Colombian representative of the ICGLA.net. The institutes will reconvene for a fourth meeting with a wide agenda to address, where the focus will be on the recent developments in Latin America on corporate governance and the next steps to consolidate the network.

The members of IGCLA.net are: Instituto Argentino de Gobierno de las Organizaciones (Argentina), Instituto Brasilero de Govenanca Corporativa (Brazil), Centro de Gobierno Corporativo y Desarrollo de Mercados (Chile), Confederación de Cámaras de Colombia (Colombia), Instituto de Gobierno Corporativo-Costa Rica (Costa Rica), Buen Gobierno Corporativo (Ecuador), Fundación Bursátil (El Salvador), Centro de Excelencia de Gobierno Corporativo (Mexico), Procapitales (Peru), Instituto de Gobierno Corporativo- Panama (Panama) and a Representation from Bolivia.

For further information about this events please contact Mr. Santiago Chaher (SChaher@ifc.org) or Ms. Magdalena Rego Rodriguez (Regorodriguez@ifc.org)

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