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    Randi I can also advise that the Hong Kong Division of the Institute does not allow press to attend their conferences, seminars of Annual Dinner. Easy! kind regards Tim ------------------------------ Tim Sheehy Director General The Chartered Governance Institute Sydney +61 419 490 594 -------- ...

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    Hello All, I have cleared my CGI exams from Canada Division, now open for suitable openings... Times are tough due to Corona but we all will overcome it together!! ------------------------------ ANOOP JAGETIA ------------------------------

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    Thank you, Stephen. So helpful to know what others do. Kind regards, Randi ------------------------------ Randi Morrison SVP and General Counsel Society for Corporate Governance New York ------------------------------

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    Hi Randi It is good to hear from The Society for Corporate Governance! Here in South Africa, we actually invite the press to attend our annual conferences mostly because this provides coverage of the Institute in the mainstream media. We often invite regulators such as The Johannesburg Stock Exchange, ...

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    Hi Rosanne we have arranged for a copy of the transcript to be sent to you. Kind regards Troy ------------------------------ Troy Williams Governance & Risk Management Consultant Perth WA ------------------------------

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    July's Guest Blog comes from @Paul Dubal, and considers 'Why Every Board Needs a Chair'.
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    In the latest episode, we speak with @Lloyd Mander, another leading governance consultant, and get his perspective on behaviour in the boardroom. Lloyd also reflects on how you can prepare your board to solve complex problems, as outlined in his authored paper from December 2020.

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