Firms told to adopt best governance practices

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  • Tuesday, 22 Nov 2016

Panel speakers: (from left) Ng, Telekom Malaysia Bhd chairman Tan Sri Sulaiman Mahbob, Siti Sa’diah and Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute CEO Tan Sri Dr Micheal Yeoh at the WIM conference.

It will help improve stakeholders’ confidence, brand reputation

PETALING JAYA: Private companies should adopt best corporate governance practices to improve stakeholders’ confidence and brand reputation, say panelists at the Women’s Institute of Management (WIM) Conference on Integrity and Governance.

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