NASDAQ Dubai Academy courses will provide key corporate governance and anti-fraud training
NASDAQ Dubai Academy will provide separate courses in corporate governance best practice and ways for companies to detect and prevent fraud, as it further expands its training output.–
The Corporate Governance Workshop on October 2, 2013, will cover topics including responsibilities of Directors and executives, transparency and disclosure, and how to build effective governance programmes.
The Fraud in Real Life course on October 3, 2013, will analyse different types of fraud, explain how anti-fraud mechanisms can be established and cover legal and regulatory obligations to fight fraud.
The trainers for both courses will be provided by Thomson Reuters. The sessions will be highly interactive and will feature case studies.
Hamed Ali, Chief Executive of NASDAQ Dubai, said: “The Academy is playing an expanding role in supporting the success of financial and other companies in the region, through its commitment to education of the highest quality in a variety of corporate topics.
“Best practices in corporate governance and anti-fraud strategies help to provide a sound corporate framework that enables companies to focus effectively on their commercial growth and development.”
NASDAQ Dubai Academy provides a wide range of courses to meet the educational requirements of financial market participants, including issuers, members and investors, as well as non-financial companies.