Malaysian compliance event and training courses
Gemma Aiolfi, Head of Compliance, Corporate Governance and Collective Action at the Basel Institute on Governance, took part in a dialogue on Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action organised by the Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM).
The invitation-only event took place in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday, 30 October 2018. It is part of the institute's Crucial Conversations@MIM series.
In collaboration with MIM, the Basel Institute on Governance has run a series of training courses on Corporate Governance, Compliance and Anti-Corruption Compliance. The courses are designed for directors and senior managers of companies in Malaysia, as well as all employees responsible for corporate governance, compliance and anti-corruption compliance. The courses are also popular with public sector and industry leaders, policy makers, academics and students interested in pursuing a career in corporate governance and compliance.
The three modules can be taken separately or as part of a diploma awarded by the Basel Institute on Governance.
- Certificate in Compliance: A three-day course offering an insight into good compliance practices and the skills to lead effective compliance programmes.
- Certificate in Anti-Corruption Compliance: A three-day course offering a comprehensive and robust framework for anti-corruption compliance to help organisations face current and future corruption challenges.
- Certificate in Corporate Governance: A three-day course exploring a range of governance-related subjects and best practices.
- Diploma in Corporate Governance and Compliance: A combination of the three core modules, this nine-day programme offers a comprehensive and robust framework for corporate governance, compliance and anti-corruption compliance.
Find out more about the Basel Institute's division for Corporate Governance and Compliance.
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