|Date:||26 October 2018|
|Venue:||Shaw Foundation Alumni House
Clove and Lemongrass Room, Level 2
National University of Singapore
|Welcome Address:||Prof Lawrence LOH
Director, CGIO, NUS Business School
|Masterclass Presentations:||Insights by Prof Lutfey SIDDIQI
Insights by Ms Jayne PLUNKETT
Insights by Mr Alex CAPRI
|Moderator:||Associate Professor Lawrence LOH|
The Centre of Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO) of NUS Business School, organised a Masterclass on Governance in an Era of Trade War on 26 October 2018. We were privileged to have 3 speakers with extensive knowledge and expertise in their respective fields.
Prof Lutfey Siddiqi is a visiting professor at London School of Economics and serves on the World Economic Forum on long term investing and infrastructure. He appears in many media interviews and is a prolific contributor to media think pieces. He contributed a think piece that was covered in Today’s paper on 7 November 2018: Prof Lutfey_.todayonline.com/commentary/diversity-and-risk-governance-are-intertwined. For more articles by Prof Lutfey, please visit CGIO’s news page at bschool.nus.edu.sg/cgio/in-the-news.
Ms Jayne Plunkett assumed the role of Regional President for Swiss Re's business in Asia on 1 July 2016. She also holds the role of Chief Executive Officer of Swiss Re Asia Pte. Ltd. and was elected to its Board of Directors with effect from 31 December 2017. Ms Plunkett has a very impressive CV, with 25 years of professional career spanning over three continents; Asia, North America, and Europe.
Mr Capri is Senior Fellow and Lecturer in the Business School at the National University of Singapore and also Lecturer in the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Alex has over 20 years of experience in value chains, logistics and global trade management, both as an academic and a professional consultant. He has advised many of the world’s best known companies on cross‐border projects in more than 40 countries and he has worked in some of the most challenging regulatory environments throughout the world. Many of his articles can be accessed via CGIO’s news page at bschool.nus.edu.sg/cgio/in-the-news.
The masterclass was well attended and participants benefitted greatly from the insights and robust discussions.
CGIO organises many conferences and produced many research reports on corporate governance and corporate sustainability. Please visit our website at bschool.nus.edu.sg/cgio to find out more.