ICFR Member Login

Login to your ICFR account or register for an account

Login Register


Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets

01 Mar 2011

New Delhi, India

The Business Case for Strengthening Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets – Impact on Firm Performance and Economic Development


On Tuesday 1 March 2011 in New Delhi, the International Centre for Financial Regulation, supported by the British High Commission, hosted a high level roundtable to further the ICFR’s programme on Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets.

The ICFR is particularly interested in developing a clear understanding of both the macro- and micro-economic benefits of robust yet practical governance structures; for a corporation, what is the business case for effective corporate governance and for an economy as a whole how can effective governance widen and deepen financial markets by improving attractiveness and reducing risk for investors?

This roundtable coincided with a call for papers on the micro and macro topics above which will be presented and discussed at a major ICFR conference in India in September 2011.

The clear objective of this programme was to inform and support policy decisions and practice development in emerging markets.

Keynote Speaker    

Dr. Mridul Saggar, Director, Prices and Monetary Research Division (PMRD), Reserve Bank of India, explored several dimensions revolving around the title “Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation”. His presentation addressed both the corporate governance in financial institutions as well as the role financial institutions can play in furthering corporate governance, covering theoretical and practical aspects.


  Click here to download the agenda   
  Click here to download the bibliography     
  Click here to download the summary     
  Click here for the related press release  
  Call for Papers - Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets. Deadline: 3 October 2011


Participating Organisations    

  • Deloitte India
  • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
  • India Advisory Partners (IAPIB)
  • Institute of International Finance
  • Reserve Bank of India
  • HSBC Group India
  • Indian School of Business
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Central Bank of India
  • Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
  • British High Commission
  • The World Bank
  • UKTI India


For more information about this event, contact us at [email protected].

Back to Events