Corporate Governance and Risk Management
Governance Matters: "Managing Governance and Sustainable Value Creation in Uncertain Times"
The ISCA-SMU Breakfast Talk– Governance Matters: “Managing Governance and Sustainable Value Creation in Uncertain Times” (Live Webinar) on 1st July 2020 covered the global trends in governance and its potential implications on sustainable businesses during this challenging time.
Risk and Governance Lessons from Corporate Fiascos
ISCA’s Corporate Governance and Risk Management Committee organised a panel session to discuss red flags from recent corporate governance failures. The multidisciplinary expert panel, which comprised seasoned professionals from the audit, legal and independent directorship community, gave their take on some common red flags of corporate governance failures and engaged in a lively Q&A session with the participants.
Risk Culture: How To Get It Right
Risk culture is the foundation upon which any successful enterprise risk management programme is built. Without a good risk culture, even the best frameworks, policies and processes will not pre-empt adverse outcomes for a company. This publication shows how good risk culture facilitates business growth, and how it helps businesses to make risk aware decisions in today’s dynamic business environment.
ISCA “Journey to Success” Publication
ISCA launched its publication titled “Journey to Success” on 27 October 2017. The publication, comprising specially-curated case studies of four Singapore companies and their internationalisation success stories, was supported by IE Singapore and ISCA’s Corporate Governance and Risk Management Committee.
ISCA Comment Letter on revised Code of Corporate Governance
ISCA has provided feedback on the proposed revisions to the Code of Corporate Governance, in response to the consultation paper released by the Corporate Governance Council and the Monetary Authority of Singapore on 16 January 2018.
ISCA-KPMG Study “Driving Value: Risk Transparency and Culture”
The ISCA-KPMG study, “Driving Value: Risk Transparency and Culture” is a time-based study to observe the risk governance disclosures of over 200 Singapore-listed companies. The study analysed disclosures found in annual reports relating to board risk governance, risk management capabilities and structures, risk management practices, internal audit and fraud risk management. Interviews with independent directors and leading risks practitioners were also conducted.
ISCA-KPMG Risk Management Study: Towards Better Risk Governance (A Study of Singapore Listed Companies 2013)
Our study is a joint effort by ISCA and KPMG to gather insights on the risk management landscape in Singapore. It provides an understanding of the risk management capabilities and structures of listed companies in Singapore, as well as risk management disclosures in their annual reports. In addition, it also assesses the state of adoption of risk management practices among listed companies in accordance with the revised Code 2012 Principle 11 and SGX LR 1207(10).