Further to the Call for Nominations dated Wednesday May 17, 2017 and which closed on Monday May 22, 2017, twelve (12) applicants were validly nominated by the Elections Committee and approved by the Council to vie for one (1) position of the Chairman and five (5) positions of Council members as follows:
 
Chairman Position:

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The Council of the Institute, with the support of the College of Fellows, has introduced the ICPSK Mentorship and Professional Growth Programme. The programme responds to request by members, particularly recent graduates, for a cost-effective approach to competence development. The purpose of the programme is to develop young professionals into respected international and national leaders in the Certified Secretaries Profession. The expanding and demanding role of the certified secretary, particularly the evolving centrality of corporate governance and business advisory services, require that young graduates and members of the profession acquire skills, knowledge and competence to provide services in a dynamic environment.

 

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The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa (IoDSA) in conjunction with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and sponsored by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) is looking for case studies that are relevant to the African continent corporate governance environment and landscape.

The case study competition encourages global submissions from participants on all areas of African corporate governance. Case studies must be based on corporate governance cases in Africa, within organisations which could be expected to, or chose to, apply the principles contained in the King Reports on Governance in South Africa or the relevant corporate governance code of the country within which the organisation operates.

For more information, see the below.

 

African Governance Showcase

In accordance with The Deed of Amendment of The Declaration of Trust for The Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya Benevolent Fund, the following two (2) vacancies will arise in the Board of Trustees with effect from the date of the next Annual General Meeting to be held on Wednesday June 7, 2017.

 

  1. Jane Muthaura retires by rotation although eligible, does not offer herself for re-election.
  2. Florence Mungai retires by rotation although eligible, does not offer herself for re-election.

 

Members of the Fund who are in good standing with the Institute and are interested in contesting for the above positions are invited to submit their nominations on the 'ICPSK Benevolent Fund Nomination Form’.

 

Read more: CALL FOR NOMINATIONS TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES