The king of governance: WATCH Prof Mervyn King at #findaba16
Professor Mervyn King is recognised internationally as an expert on corporate governance and sustainability and is in great demand as an arbitrator and mediator. He is a founding member of the Arbitration Foundation of Southern Africa and for some eight years was the South African judge at the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris. He has acted as an Inspector of Companies and a Commissioner of Inquiries into the affairs of companies. He has chaired many meetings for the compromise of creditors of companies and the rearrangement of shareholders’ interests and lectured on corporate issues in 38 countries.
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King was one of the biggest names at the Finance Indaba 2016 and enthralled the audience with his presentation on the ongoing shift from thinking about short-term profit to focusing on sustainable capitalism:
"We have to learn to make more with less. We now have to look at the value of a company through the whole value creation process and whether it's going to sustain that. Companies are expected to embed in their strategies how they are dealing with critical social and environmental aspects."
Listen to the "doyen of corporate governance" talk about the evolving role of the CFO and why financial executives are best placed to make meaningful contributions to the drive towards sustainable capitalism:
The Finance Indaba is the biggest annual event on the continent for financial managers and specialists who are seeking partnerships to drive progress. Thousands of delegates will gain valuable insights into realising financial performance and growth, becoming more efficient and accessing funding, among a host of other opportunities from leading players in financial services.