Governance Has New Partners
Two leading international governance organisations have joined forces by signing a Memorandum of Understanding designed to further the practice of good governance across the globe. The Chartered Governance Institute (CGI) and The Colegio Nacional de Consejeros Profesionales Independientes de Empresas (CNCPIE) of Mexico have agreed to undertake joint research projects, conduct seminars, contribute to each other’s advocacy work and explore the development of join learning programs.
The partnership will benefit members of both organisations from projects that will enhance the knowledge and experience of professionals across Latin America, North America, the United Kingdom, Africa, Asia and Oceania.
Directors and Chartered Governance Professionals have complimentary roles and can bring complimentary perspectives to assist organisations of all types. The aim of both organisations is the same…to assist in developing sustainable organisations through good governance.
“This partnership is a clear demonstration of the importance of developing global relationships due to the increasing globalisation of governance practices. The work of governance professionals has converged and so organisations such as ours must work together for the benefit of our members and community” says, CGI Director General Tim Sheehy.
“Joining our forces will significantly strengthen corporate governance practices in Mexico and the LATAM region. Our members will have unparalleled access to a leading-edge corporate governance knowledge bank, conferences, research, education and development programs, best practices, and an incredible global networking opportunity. We are glad and joyful about the alliance that will benefit al in the years to come,” says CNCPIE President, Dr. Milton Rosario.
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