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Corporate excellence and professional accountability 13th national convention agra - 11to 13 september

  1. 1. 31st National Convention of Company Secretaries11 to 13 September, Agra Corporate Excellence and Professional Accountability
  2. 2. It is Honour to Welcome
  3. 3. DR. NAJMA HEPTULLA DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, RAJYA SABHA AND PRESIDENT, INDIAN COUNCIL FOR CULTURAL RELATIONS• Ph.D. (Cardiac Anatomy) 1962• M. Sc. (Zoology), 1960
  4. 4. SHRI G. N. BAJPAI CHAIRMANSECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA
  5. 5. SHRI JAIPRAKASH GAUR PHOTO NOT CHAIRMANAVAILABLE JAIPRAKASH INDUSTRIES LIMITED
  6. 6. SHRI KEYOOR M. BAKSHI VICE-PRESIDENT INSTITUTE OF COMPANY SECRETARIES OF INDIA
  7. 7. COUNCIL MEMBERS
  8. 8. Dignitaries off the DaisOffice bearers of RO/ Chapters Members and Students Staff Members Sponsors volunteers
  9. 9. Welcome to AGRA the city of TAJ MAHAL
  10. 10. “Taj is a materialized vision of LOVELINESS.” Percy Brown American novelist and journalist
  11. 11. “Love is vital for life”
  12. 12. Similarly
  13. 13. COMPANY SECRETARY IS VITAL FOR COMPANYS LIFE
  14. 14. “The profession of Company Secretaries has an important part to play in the introduction of professionalism in the area of corporate management”Shri P Shiv Shankar, the then Minister of Law,Justice and Company Affairs while moving theCompany Secretaries Bill, 1980
  15. 15. In every strong companyis The Company Secretary
  16. 16. STRATEGYCORPORATE SECRETARIALCOMMUNICATION AND LEGAL Company R&D AND Secretary is FINANCIALPRODUCTION Everywhere in Company HUMAN MARKETING RESOURCES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  17. 17. DUE DILIGENCE & CERTIFICATION Different ServicesCOMPLIANCE & ADVISORY ANDPROCEDURAL REPRESENTATION
  18. 18. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENTIPR & GENERAL CORPORATE AND BUSINESS LAWS SECURITIES LAWSINTERNATIONAL Different FINANCE, ACCOUNTs LAWS Knowledge AND TAXATION AreasENVIRONMENT IT AND LAWS CYBER LAWS HRD AND INDUSTRIAL LAWS
  19. 19. LISTED PUBLIC COMPANIES SEMI-GOVERNMENT UNLISTED PUBLIC ORGANISATION COMPANIES PRIVATE LIMITED MUNICIPAL BOARDS Different COMPANIES Organisations COOP SOCIETIES AND PUBLIC SECTORPRODUCER COMPANIES UNDERTAKINGS TRUSTS AND NGOS
  20. 20. AGRICULTURE AND FOOD PROCESSINGTOURISM AND HOTEL BANKING AND NBFCS CAPITAL MARKET AND TEXTILES ITS INTERMEDIARIES IT ENABLED FINANCIAL SERVICES SERVICES AND BPO Different Industries IT SOLUTIONS CAPITAL GOODS INFRASTRUCTURE, DRUGS, PHARMAPOWER AND TELECOM AND HEALTHCARE MEDIA AND FMCG ENTERTAINMENT HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION
  21. 21. SMALL SCALE Different ScalesLARGE MEDIUMSCALE SCALE
  22. 22. FOREIGN MNCs INDIAN OPERATIONS INDIAN MNCsDifferent Geography of Operations
  23. 23. Company Secretary Built on Excellence, Ethics and Independence Stitched to ICSI Values – Integrity, Collaboration, Service and Innovation Acting in interest of Government, Regulators, Industry and Society Key to Good Corporate Governance Ensuring compliance of all laws Facilitating Corporate Citizenship
  24. 24. He Ensures Everyone is Happy
  25. 25. INVESTORS BOARD & PUBLIC EMPLOYEES CompanyINDUSTRY SUPPLIERS Secretary GOVT & LENDERS REGULATOR CUSTOMERS
  26. 26. His Professional ExcellenceLeads to National Growth National Growth Income and Wealth Growth Corporate Excellence Professional Excellence
  27. 27. The Role of Professionals Has Changed Over Decades
  28. 28. Past, Present and FutureEconomy of Countries1950 Tightly Controlled/ Closed/ Fearful of New Entrants1970 Restricted International Trade (GATT, Bilateral Treaties)1990 Free International Trade (World Trade Organisation - WTO)2010 Countries without Economic Boundaries2030 One World One Market with Thinnest Political Boundaries
  29. 29. Past, Present and FutureGovernance Policies1950 Emergence of Plethora of Laws/ Controls1970 Nationalisation of Undertakings1990 Liberalisation of Economy and Benefit to Business Community2010 Self Governance / Corporate Governance2030 Growth Agent for Sustainable Development
  30. 30. Past, Present and FutureGovernment-Public Interface1950 Centralisation of Powers to Government1970 Government Control of Everything1990 Delegation of Powers at Panchayat Level2010 Public-Private Partnership – Mutual Trust2030 Limited Powers for Effective Law and Order with Government
  31. 31. Past, Present and FutureRole of Professionals CS/CA/CWA1950 Business Regulators1970 Business Controllers1990 Business Managers2010 Self Governed Business Officers or Entrepreneurs2030 World Sustainable Development Advisors
  32. 32. Past, Present and FutureRole of Institutions Developing Professionals1950 Certification and Membership1970 Regulation of Professionals1990 Reactive Professional Development2010 Proactive Research and Development2030 Facilitators for Growth of Society
  33. 33. Four Global Developments arechanging the Corporate World
  34. 34. CORPOARATE GOVERNANCE ETHICS MANAGEMENT LAW PRACTICES
  35. 35. GLOBALISATION
  36. 36. TECHNOLOGY
  37. 37. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
  38. 38. All These Forced Us to Rethink
  39. 39. We Adopted a Vision for Global Leadership
  40. 40. ICSI Vision Statement “To be global leader in development of professionals specialising in Corporate governance”
  41. 41. ICSI Mission Statement “To continuously develop high calibre professionals ensuring good corporate governance and effective management and to carry out proactive research and development activities for protection of interest of all stakeholders, thus contributing to public good”
  42. 42. We have taken significant steps
  43. 43. Significant Steps Taken Re-organisation and Infrastructure Development Steps taken for Globalisation of Profession Extensive Brand Building Initiatives Study of Role of Company Secretaries in across Segments Establishing Investor Clinics, Professional Help Centre and Appointing Counsellors across India Extensive Continuing Education Programmes in Emerging Areas Post Membership Course in Corporate Governance
  44. 44. Significant Steps Taken Sub-Committees of Professional Development Committee for focused study Extensive Research Projects at ICSI-CCRT Corporate Governance Rating by CCRT Chartered Secretary on CD-ROM Revamp of ICSI Website (www.icsi.edu) Secretarial Standards and New Publications MOU with NISIET, Hyderabad Encouraging Practising Members to Set up of Mega Firms
  45. 45. This is just beginning
  46. 46. We have a long way to go
  47. 47. We have developed a Vision Plan –Strategies for Global Leadership
  48. 48. Repositioning CS Profession Internationally Keeping year 2010 in perspective need to reposition Company Secretary as: Self-Governed Business Officer or Entrepreneur Chief Business Officer (CBO) Strategic Manager and Corporate Planner Conscience Seeker Competitive Differentiator Agent of Corporate Growth
  49. 49. Repositioning CS Profession InternationallyThis requires: Generating Confidence Amongst Company Secretaries Studying role of Company Secretaries across segments Creating mass awareness about capabilities of Company Secretaries across segments internationally
  50. 50. Reengineering Organisation Elimination of Non-Core activities Delegation of Powers to RO/ Chapters Reengineering of all processes Computerisation of all processes Continuous Process Improvement
  51. 51. ICSI Videsh Strategy Formation of International Federation of Company Secretaries Institutes Development and promotion of Profession of Company Secretaries Assistance in opening of Company Secretaries Institutes in countries not having such Institutes Development of Global Research Centre and Global Knowledge Warehouse, a platform for sharing knowledge Common Designation to members International Secretarial Standards Associate Bodies in Foreign countries
  52. 52. Human Resource Strategy The human resource strategy shall comprise of:• Proactive and Visionary Leadership• Effective People Strategy• Progressive HR Relations• Learning and Innovative Organization• Flexible and Motivating Work Environment• Performance Focused Workplace
  53. 53. Quality Management Framework ISO 9001:2000 Certificate for the Institute Effort will be made to achieve Total Quality Management, Six Sigma or CMM Level 5 in coming years
  54. 54. Proactive Research and DevelopmentRESEARCH WORK• Conversion of ICSI-CCRT into Global Research Centre (GRC)• Initiation of New Research Projects• Global Connectivity of Global Research Centre for Knowledge Pooling• Development of Global Knowledge Warehouse• Compulsory annual submission of research paper by members
  55. 55. Proactive Research and DevelopmentPUBLICATIONS Segment-wise Role of Company Secretaries (All Segments) Publication on Practice Management Publications on Practical Problems Corporate Law Commentary Journal on International Perspective New Company Secretaries Course Ongoing Research Publications
  56. 56. Proactive Research and DevelopmentPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Collaborative Courses Short Term Courses (one week to one month) New Post Membership Courses
  57. 57. C-Commerce (Collaborative Commerce) Collaboration Strategy to provide multi-disciplinary best quality services to customers through single window interface.• Services by the Institute to its Members and Students• Services by the Practicing Company Secretaries to their Clients
  58. 58. Collaboration Strategy for Institute
  59. 59. Knowledge Synergy Professional Development GROWING Research MEMBERS Work Q UALITY OF SERVICEBusinessCounselling O NE STOP SOLUTIONS Knowledge G LOBAL REACH GROWING INDUSTRY Sharing Self-Help Groups Infrastructure GROWING Synergy NATIONS
  60. 60. Collaboration Strategy forCompany Secretarial Practice
  61. 61. BRAND KNOWLEDGE Corporate Economic Laws Laws GROWING CUSTOMERS Taxation Laws Q UALITY OF SERVICE WTO & IPR O NE STOP SOLUTIONS GROWING International Law G LOBAL REACH INDUSTRY IT & BPO Management Finance and Consulting Accounting GROWING NATIONSINFRASTRUCTURE CAPITAL
  62. 62. Corporate Governance in Council Affairs Council to as a Strategic Team Focus on Vision, Mission and Strategic Matters Management Analysis Reporting and Disclosure Standards Internal Code of conduct Compliance of Relevant Secretarial Standards and International Best Practices
  63. 63. Corporate Governance in Council Affairs Social Responsibility of Council Members Continuous Research and Innovation Striving for Customer Satisfaction Evolving a process of Independent Corporate Governance Rating of the Institute
  64. 64. “A global human society based on poverty for many and prosperity for a few, characterized by islands of wealth, surrounded by a sea of poverty, is unsustainable” Thabo Mbeki, South African PresidentWorld Summit for Sustainable Development
  65. 65. “… for the first time in human history, human society possesses that capacity, the knowledge and the resources to eradicate poverty and underdevelopment” Thabo Mbeki, South African PresidentWorld Summit for Sustainable Development
  66. 66. We are a responsible Institute
  67. 67. Collaboration for For Sustainable DevelopmentCollaboration for For SustainableDevelopment of World is part of ourVision Plan “To synergise on knowledge and resources of individuals, corporates, government, industry associations, educational institutions and development agencies for sustained development of world”
  68. 68. Highly Optimist Vision Plan
  69. 69. It is achievable because
  70. 70. “If You Can Dream it You Can Do It”
  71. 71. It is aDream of 17000 Members150000 ICSI Parivar 235 Students Human Resources A Closely Knit Family of Professionals
  72. 72. Let us join hands to realise our Vision of Global Leadership
  73. 73. Let us RESOLVE To provide best quality services to our clients To be conscience seeker in corporates To adhere to values and law of land To act in a equitable manner for benefit of all stakeholders To uphold the dignity of profession To act in a honest, professional and accountable manner
  74. 74. Our Professional Accountability is the key to Delighted Investors Winning Board Joyful Employees Contended Supplier Satisfied Lenders Loyal Customers Relieved Government Deregulating Regulators Booming Industry Happy Public
  75. 75. This is CORPORATE EXCELLENCE
  76. 76. With this we present
  77. 77. 31st National Convention of Company Secretaries11 to 13 September, Agra On the Theme Corporate Excellence and Professional Accountability
  78. 78. Professional Development Research Work Quality Growing Business of Industry Counselling ServiceKnowledge Study Material Single Synergy Window Member Interface Growing ServicingInfrastructure Wealth Synergy Global E-Learning Presence Funding Agency Self-Help Growing Groups NationsCommerce Collaborative Development Collaborating Institute
  79. 79. Corporate Laws Brand Economic Synergy Laws Quality Growing Taxation of Revenues Laws Service Knowledge Synergy WTO & IPR Single Window International Interface Growing LawInfrastructure Customers Synergy IT & BPO Global Management Presence Capital Consulting Synergy Finance and Growing Accounting NationsCommerce Collaborative Consulting Collaborating Members

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