ILA Bootcamp - Fundamentals of Luxembourg corporate governance
The objective of this course is to understand the key roles, duties and liabilities of directors, as well as the Luxembourg legal framework and governance environment.
This course will explore not only the legal and regulatory aspects but will also provide participants with best practices and practical advice. The programme is designed to be highly interactive, and is facilitated by Luxembourg experts.
This course is designed for directors (executive and non-executive), who want to improve their knowledge of the Luxembourg corporate governance environment. It will also be of interest to senior managers, company secretaries and other professionals interacting with boards who are looking to improve their understanding of the role of a board and its directors.
This course is available in both English and in French versions.
Corporate governance – rising awareness and driving principles
Luxembourgish company law basics, directors duties and the functioning of a Luxembourg Board
Director’s focus - accounting and audits
Specific situations (SMEs, Listed companies, Financial sector, Personnel representatives, State representatives, Subsidiaries)
Key considerations when accepting (or keeping) a Director mandate
Understanding Board dynamics to ensure maximum impact in the Boardroom
Exchange of experiences with an independant director
Questions & Discussion of key trends and challenges
Benefits of the program
An understanding of the key concepts of the Luxembourg legal environment, as well as the role of good governance in achieving effective & value-adding boards
An overview of specific situations in Luxembourg
An opportunity to seek practical advice from our experts
This course is designed for new aspiring directors (executive and non-executive), as well as board members representing employees, senior managers, company secretaries and other professionals interacting with boards who are looking to gain essential understanding of the role of a board and its directors.