International Creativity Conference - 2017, Registration Open for IICA Certificate Programmes:ICP in Corporate Social Responsibility,IICA Certified Course on Mediation and Negotiation, ICP in Entrepreneurial Innovation, ICP in Corporate Law, ICP in Competition Law, Short Term Programme in CSR ,Certificate Programme in Corporate Governance

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S. No. Subject Location
1.
Seminar on emerging trends on corporate governance
The corporate law in India is passing through a phase of complete transformation and issues related to corporate governance are taking the centre stage. The globalization of Indian corporate business has also brought the international debate on this subject to the Indian platforms. The seminars will enable a deeper understanding on various issues related to corporate governance and also bringing in the international perspectives.
Delhi
2.
Workshop on next generations MCA-21
MCA-21 system has been operating successfully for the last five years. In general, an IT enabled e-governance system should evolve to next generation within 4-6 years. This workshop will bring together the IT experts, users of MCA-21, Government stakeholders and professionals together to deliberate on visualizing the next generation to which MCA-21 should evolve.
Delhi
3.
Forum on Financial Reporting and Disclosures – Convergence with IFRS
The road map for convergence with IFRS is now firmly in place and necessary legislative changes are underway. During this period of transition it is important that practical issues that arise in the course of implementing IFRS are discussed between the senior corporate management, accountants and auditors, finance professionals and the regulators. The objective of the forum is to facilitate the sharing of experience and lessons learn and also provide an insight in the challenges that lie ahead in the process of transition.
Kolkata
4.
Forum on Corporate Rescue and Insolvency-Insolvency Framework in India – Issues & Remedies
The Workshop will deliberate on the issues and remedies related to Insolvency Framework in India with a view to develop the capacity of the insolvency practitioners. It will bring together the official liquidators, the professionals, banks and the judiciary together.
Delhi
5.
Forum on Financial Reporting and Disclosures – Convergence with IFRS
The road map for convergence with IFRS is now firmly in place and necessary legislative changes are underway. During this period of transition it is important that practical issues that arise in the course of implementing IFRS are discussed between the senior corporate management, accountants and auditors, finance professionals and the regulators. The objective of the forum is to facilitate the sharing of experience and lessons learn and also provide an insight in the challenges that lie ahead in the process of transition.
Delhi
6.
Workshop on Collaborative Approach to Business Responsibility
The overall benefits to society generated by responsible governance of businesses have been widely acknowledged. Through taking into account the social, environmental and ethical aspects of their operations, companies contribute to sustainable development necessary and inclusive growth. The objective of these workshops is to bring together businesses, including MSMEs, civil society organizations, government authorities and thought leaders so that a collaborative platform is created for all the actors to work together.
Delhi
7.
Round Table on Duties, Responsibilities and Liability of Independent Directors
Independent Directors play a very important role in a company's system in Corporate Governance. It is important that the independent directors play their designated role to nurture the financial health of the company and to protect the interests of various stakeholders, particularly the minority ones. One of the critical aspects in this direction is the capacity building of the IDs and the roundtables are proposed to bring together the directors, regulators and professionals to discuss the duties and responsibilities of the independent directors in order to help the IDs to appreciate the same. These roundtables will also complement the efforts of IICA to institute e-learning for the IDS.
Delhi
8.
Investigation of Corporate Frauds-programme of IICA
The objective of the workshop is to bring together the expertise available with different regulatory agencies dealing with different aspects of Corporate Frauds. The Workshop will bring out the interdependence and need for sharing information amongst investigative agencies while dealing with Corporate Frauds since no agency could possibly go the distance alone in Corporate Fraud Investigation. This is an ongoing programme of IICA.
Delhi
9.
Forum on Financial Reporting and Disclosures – Convergence with IFRS
The road map for convergence with IFRS is now firmly in place and necessary legislative changes are underway. During this period of transition it is important that practical issues that arise in the course of implementing IFRS are discussed between the senior corporate management, accountants and auditors, finance professionals and the regulators. The objective of the forum is to facilitate the sharing of experience and lessons learn and also provide an insight in the challenges that lie ahead in the process of transition.
Mumbai
10.
Workshop on Collaborative Approach to Business Responsibility
The overall benefits to society generated by responsible governance of businesses have been widely acknowledged. Through taking into account the social, environmental and ethical aspects of their operations, companies contribute to sustainable development necessary and inclusive growth. The objective of these workshops is to bring together businesses, including MSMEs, civil society organizations, government authorities and thought leaders so that a collaborative platform is created for all the actors to work together.
Mumbai
11.
Round table on Competition Law for Sectoral Regulators
Competition law aims at preventing market power, thereby ensuring efficiency and consumer welfare. Government, through its own presence in key business sectors and through its regulatory and licensing authority, needs to take the competition laws into account while formulating policies and also in conduct of its business. The workshop/ round table on competition law for sectoral regulators will facilitate the understanding and application of competition law in policy formulation.
Delhi
12.
Round Table on Duties, Responsibilities and Liability of Independent Directors
Independent Directors play a very important role in a company's system in Corporate Governance. It is important that the independent directors play their designated role to nurture the financial health of the company and to protect the interests of various stakeholders, particularly the minority ones. One of the critical aspects in this direction is the capacity building of the IDs and the roundtables are proposed to bring together the directors, regulators and professionals to discuss the duties and responsibilities of the independent directors in order to help the IDs to appreciate the same. These roundtables will also complement the efforts of IICA to institute e-learning for the IDS.
Kolkata
13.
Seminar on emerging trends on corporate governance
The corporate law in India is passing through a phase of complete transformation and issues related to corporate governance are taking the centre stage. The globalization of Indian corporate business has also brought the international debate on this subject to the Indian platforms. The seminars will enable a deeper understanding on various issues related to corporate governance and also bringing in the international perspectives.
Mumbai
14.
Seminar on Responsible Investment – Key Drivers for Business Responsibility
The corporate sector has a key role to play in India's sustainable development and it is increasingly being recognized that the financial performance of a business goes hand in hand with its social, economic and environmental footprint. In light of a move from shareholder to stakeholder orientation and the changing legal frameworks, the global investment community is awakening to the importance of environmental and social factors in investment decision making. The objective of the Seminar is to provide information, knowledge and capacity to the financial sector players and investors on the role that can be played by them in fostering responsible business and to improve the environmental, social and governance performance of companies in India.
Mumbai
15.
Forum on Financial Reporting and Disclosures – Convergence with IFRS
The road map for convergence with IFRS is now firmly in place and necessary legislative changes are underway. During this period of transition it is important that practical issues that arise in the course of implementing IFRS are discussed between the senior corporate management, accountants and auditors, finance professionals and the regulators. The objective of the forum is to facilitate the sharing of experience and lessons learn and also provide an insight in the challenges that lie ahead in the process of transition.
Chennai
16.
Round Table on Duties, Responsibilities and Liability of Independent Directors
Independent Directors play a very important role in a company's system in Corporate Governance. It is important that the independent directors play their designated role to nurture the financial health of the company and to protect the interests of various stakeholders, particularly the minority ones. One of the critical aspects in this direction is the capacity building of the IDs and the roundtables are proposed to bring together the directors, regulators and professionals to discuss the duties and responsibilities of the independent directors in order to help the IDs to appreciate the same. These roundtables will also complement the efforts of IICA to institute e-learning for the IDS.
Chennai
17.
Round Table on Duties, Responsibilities and Liability of Independent Directors
Independent Directors play a very important role in a company's system in Corporate Governance. It is important that the independent directors play their designated role to nurture the financial health of the company and to protect the interests of various stakeholders, particularly the minority ones. One of the critical aspects in this direction is the capacity building of the IDs and the roundtables are proposed to bring together the directors, regulators and professionals to discuss the duties and responsibilities of the independent directors in order to help the IDs to appreciate the same. These roundtables will also complement the efforts of IICA to institute e-learning for the IDS.
Mumbai
18.
Breakfast Talk Series by Business Leaders
This breakfast talk series by top business leaders aims at bringing some of key thought leaders on subjects of current relevance to facilitate a deeper understanding on the contemporary issues in the Indian corporate economy. In these sessions, corporate leaders will be invited to give a brief talk on a subject and will be attended by select invitees from the Government, corporate sector, academicians and stakeholder groups.
To be decided