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Seminar on Corporate Governance Developments in Thailand

 

13 September 2006 - Bangkok, Thailand

Discussions at this meeting focused on :

  • Regulatory discipline - fostering enforcement mechanisms: the regulatory challenge  
  • Market discipline: the effective corporate governance driving force and
  • Self discipline - private sector initiatives and corporate governance in East Asia

The last session on corporate governance in Thailand was organised by CNBC Asia, which provided a good opportunity for raising awareness also among the media in the region. The Seminar was inaugurated by the Chairman of the Stock Exchange of Thailand.

The Seminar was co-hosted by the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission, the Stock Exchange of Thailand, the National Committee on Corporate Governance, the Thai Institute of Directors and the Listed Companies Association in cooperation with the World Bank Group, the OECD, the Government of Japan and the Global Corporate Governance Forum. 

  • Agenda

Session 1: Regulatory Discipline-Fostering Enforcement Mechanisms: The Regulatory Challenge 

  • The Three Disciplines: Regulatory Discipline - Fostering Enforcement Mechanisms: The Regulatory Challenge
    by Mr. Chalee Chantanayingyong, Senior Assistant Secretary-General, Securities Commission, Thailand
  • Regulatory Discipline Fostering Enforcement Mechanism: The Regulatory Challenge in Malaysia
    by Dr. Nik Ramlah Mahmood, Director, Market Policy and Development Division, Securities Commission, Malaysia
  • Fostering Enforcement Mechanisms: The Regulatory Challenge
    by Mr. Mahendra K. Chouhan, Vice Chairman, Global Advisory Board, Asian Centre for Corporate Governance, India 
  • Corporate governance: enforcement in Hong Kong
    by Mr. Charles Grieve,  Director Corporate Finance Division, Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong 

Session 2: Market Discipline - The Most Effective CG Driving Force 

  • Corporate Governance in Thailand: Glancing Behind and Looking Forward “CG Development in Thailand: The Three Disciplines” 
    by Dr. Deunden Nikomboriruk, Research Director, Economic Governance, Thailand Development Research Institute

Session 3: Self Discipline - Corporate Governance in East Asia 

  • Private Sector Initiatives and Corporate Governance in East Asia
    by Mr. Charnchai Charuvastr, President - Thai Institute of Directors, Chair of IDEA.net
  • Corporate Governance at ABN AMRO
    by Mr. David Wong  , CEO, ABN Amro Asia
  • Corporate Governance and Siam Cement Group (SCG) 
    by Mr. Chaovalit Ekabut, President, Siam Cement Group

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