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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Lessons from Naftogaz

Where do we stand with reform of corporate governance in Ukraine’s state-owned enterprises?, writes Gian Piero Cigna - Associate Director, Senior Counsel. Svyatoslav Sheremeta - Corporate Governance Advisor at the Legal Transition Team of the EBRD

Focussing on corporate culture

The fundamental disconnect between corporate boards and ethics and compliance, explains Michael Volkov - CEO and owner of The Volkov Law Group

Is contract lifecycle management needed?

Greater innovation and efficiency in business can cut costs and improve business integrity, explains Tim Cummins - President, The International Association of Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM)

Good corporate governance begins with good data

Boards can ensure they stay on top by using smart solutions, explains Aniel Mahabier - Chief Executive Officer, CGLytics

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