KPMG's Tax Governance Institute (TGI) has been established to create a forum for board members, management, stakeholders and government representatives to share knowledge regarding the identification, oversight, management and appropriate disclosure of tax risk. The TGI is open forum for board of directors, audit committee members and corporate employees directly or indirectly involved in the tax function.
FULFILL RESPONSIBILITY RELATING TO TAX OVERSIGHT AND REPORTING; IDENTIFY CONTROL AND MANAGE TAX RISK
The KPMG sponsored Audit Committee Institute (ACI) aims to be the first point of call for any audit committee member wishing to implement and/or improve audit committee processes.
A global network' - There are now ACIs in over 24 countries worldwide assisting audit committee members arcoss the globe in their quest to improve governance in organisations operating in, for example, China/Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Australia, the USA and United Kingdom.
The THAILAND ACI' - interacts with Thailand Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) listed companies and audit committee members of; mid and small companies, Thailand Institute of Directors and many more services in Thailand.
AC Forum session 18 NEW
Journey to the developments of Good Corporate Governance under the "ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard"
- Thursday 29 August 2013
- Tuesday 10 September 2013
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