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Governance and Business integrity Training for Listed Companies in Thailand

As ASEAN “builds back better” following the pandemic, a new generation of investors is preparing to channel their funds into ESG – Environment, Social and Governance. While the focus is on environmental and societal reconstruction, the governance aspects have been neglected.

The FairBiz Integrity Hub is redressing the balance by putting creating new channels to promote business integrity to small- and medium-cap listed companies listed on local stock exchanges as part of their broader commitment to sustainability goals.

The project will highlight the connections between good governance and other aspects of the ESG agenda, such as climate change.

An innovative part of the programme will be a direct dialogue with between investors and investees.

Countries: Thailand


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Posted on November 13, 2020