Asia Impact: How Corporate Governance Can Make or Break Companies
Co-Presented With: South China Morning Post
Tuesday, September 1, 2020 | 9:00 – 9:45 AM (Singapore time)
As Asia’s companies expand into international markets, one can expect greater scrutiny of their corporate governance structures. While most attention focuses on those in the C-Suite in the success or failure of a company, there has been a growing awareness of the need for stronger governing boards to balance overlapping interests of executives and stakeholders. With the pandemic and economic disruptions as backdrop, most companies are juggling between balancing short-term survival with strengthening long-term corporate governance. How is corporate governance evolving in Asia? How are governance practices and structures shifting under the context of a global pandemic? What governance structures need to change if companies are to be more competitive on global markets?
The Asia Impact Conference Call Series is a collaboration between the Milken Institute and South China Morning Post that focuses on critical issues shaping the future of the Asia Pacific region. As the world continues to grapple with the global pandemic, Asia is well-positioned to guide the rest of the world on how to resume social and economic activities in new and safe ways. The global conversations on Asia tap into a wealth of knowledge from Milken Institute’s senior industry leaders and leverage on the editorial expertise of SCMP to offer meaningful insights on creating a safer and resilient space for communities and businesses.
Finance Editor, South China Morning Post
Panel Experts and Speakers
Loh Boon Chye
Chairman of Asia Pacific, Fitch Ratings
Partner, Unison Capital, Inc.
Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton