Round Table Discussion Event “Good Governance makes the difference between thriving and failing”

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Cyprus (ICPAC), Cyprus Chamber of
Commerce and Industry (CCCI) and Cyprus Integrity Forum (CIF)
Have the pleasure to invite you to the following round table discussion event entitled:

“Good Governance makes the difference between
thriving and failing”.

which will take place on
Thursday, 4 October 2018 at 16:30
at Bank of Cyprus Head Quarters, Ayia Paraskevi, Nicosia

This very interesting event shall attempt to highlight the significance of good governance
practices and how they could make the difference between thriving and failing. Discussion
will also revolve around the recent corporate collapses in the UK as well as in the local
This is a unique blend of experiences, background and knowledge by bringing together
specialists from the industry, profession, academia and consultancy sectors, with one of
the leading institutions on governance.

Who should attend:
The seminar is addressed to all Members, Affiliates and Students of ICPAC, as well as
other interested parties. It is also open to CCCI and CIF members and any other individual
who is interested in corporate governance.

Mr Simon Osbourne, CEO ICSA

Mr Marios Skandalis, President ICPAC
Ms Maria Kapardis, Associate Professor of Accounting, Cyprus Technological University
Mr Petros Petrakis, Representative of CCCI
Mr Petros Florides, President Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments _
Cyprus branch

Event programme:

16:00 – 16:30 Registration & coffee

16:30 – 16:40 Welcome address by Kyriakos Iordanou, General Manager ICPAC

16:40 – 18:00 Introduction by Simon Osborne, event Moderator Panel Discussion

18:00 – 18:30 Reception

Continuous Professional Development:

Full participation to the event corresponds to 2 CPD units.

Participation Fee:

Participation is open to members and public and to the event is free of charge.


For more information and Registration for the seminar please visit the website of ICPAC