Insead launches directors' programme in Singapore to improve corporate governance
Published on Jan 28, 2014 11:20 AM
International business school Insead and the Singapore Institute of Directors (SID) have teamed up to bring Insead's International Directors Programme to Singapore for the first time.
The three-year agreement aims to raise the standards of corporate governance in Singapore and the region.
It was signed on Tuesday by Dr Michael Pich, Insead's dean of executive education and SID chairman Willie Cheng.
Under the agreement, Insead, which has a campus in Singapore, will offer a global perspective on director education and research. SID will provide a network of experienced directors and practices across Asia.
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