training courses :
The Center provides training services and workshops to several target groups such as “current board members, potential board members, employees of listed companies, employees of family businesses, new institutions and government agencies. It meets training needs related to governance through:
To explain the governance regulations and general frameworks related to the functions, responsibilities and responsibilities of the Company’s Board of Directors, executive management and regulatory frameworks for shareholders.
The role of the executive committees and the legal responsibilities of these committees.
Decision-making in organizations Explain the optimal mechanisms for decision-making in the company and the governing institutions and bodies.
Conflicts of interest and possible ways to avoid this.
Standards of disclosure consistent with the regulations adopted to achieve transparency, integrity and justice.
Design and document work procedures and policies within the organization.
Compliance and Explanation of Procedures to Strengthen the Effectiveness of Corporate Supervision and Compulsory Instruments and Means.
Internal control in the organization and procedures for accountability of employees to ensure the implementation of the standards and regulations of governance.
Explain the concept and mechanisms of standards for the application of professional behavior.
Explanation of the matrix of powers, penalties resulting from violation of the regulation of governance, and frameworks to avoid liability.
Demonstrate best practices in governance
We provide technical assistance to Governments in developing countries and countries in transition in their efforts to prevent corruption and enhance the quality of their governance systems. This pragmatic approach supports the Division’s research into basic management failures and the effectiveness of practical remedies, in particular tools such as social accountability.
Corporate Governance and Compliance:
We provide advice and practical support to corporate clients on the development, implementation and strengthening of internal governance systems and compliance, programs and policies in line with best practices, risk development and legal regulations to comply with anti-bribery and anti-money laundering laws and standards.
Establishing and operating the governance department:
The Center shall establish the Organization’s governance department, design and document the work procedures and train the candidates for the duties of governance within the Organization, so that their duties shall be as follows:
Supervising the performance of the board members in a manner that ensures the performance of the tasks properly
The performance of the executive committees and the preparation of relevant reports.
Supervise the decision-making process in the organization so as to prevent conflict of interest and abide by the standards of disclosure consistent with the regulations adopted to achieve transparency, integrity and justice.
Monitor the organization’s commitment to the eventual regulations and regulations for business continuity
Ensure the implementation of the governance regulations and general frameworks related to the terms of reference, functions and responsibilities of the Board of Directors of the Company, executive management and regulatory frameworks for shareholders.
Internal control in the organization and procedures for accountability of employees to ensure the implementation of the standards and regulations of governance
Establish organizations and govern their procedures:
Provides a unique service governance for all small and medium enterprises and enterprises, offering the possibility of:
Preparation of contracts for the establishment of companies and make adjustments required,
The establishment of closed joint stock companies and the transformation of enterprises into limited liability companies,
Coordinating the dates of the general assemblies of the joint stock companies,
Update corporate data, and publish corporate documents. Thus facilitating the work of institutions that may lack some experience in this area.
Management and Governance of General Assemblies:
The meetings of the General Assembly of companies are the basic obligations of companies according to the regulations and regulations of the companies in the Kingdom, and provide an integrated service governance for the management of public associations concerned with all administrative processes associated with the association to achieve the required success. Of which:
Approving the eligibility of shareholders to attend the association.
Organization of conferences and exhibitions:
Our organization is interested in the topics of organizing exhibitions and conferences and is considered one of the most important economic, social, cultural and political instruments. We have been interested in its development through the development of related elements such as: the development of the regulatory environment and government procedures, the development of human and marketing capabilities, as well as the development of hotels and exhibition and conference facilities.
Some of our proposed international projects:
Fiscal federalism, decentralization and building resilience
The adoption of a new constitution in 2005 was a key milestone in Sudan’s transition from a unified state to a federal state. For the full implementation of the financial arrangements and decentralization of services necessary for the functioning of a highly effective federal union, a whole new set of individual and institutional competencies is needed at all levels of government.
In this context, the Governments of Turkey and the Republic of South Sudan have agreed on two main areas of governance, with Turkish support for the fledgling State helping to institutionalize its new constitution. Training includes training, system and practice evaluation, and competency development.
The project will provide hundreds of decision-makers from Southern Sudanese citizens, including decision-makers in the nascent state and influential people, to new thinking, relationships and skills that will strengthen the country’s institutional capacity.
The first area of governance to be addressed is fiscal federalism and decentralization, which includes enhancing understanding of the benefits of the federal system, instilling values and leadership skills in senior officials, and developing the competencies needed to manage the federal arrangements envisaged.
The second set of governance challenges concerns decision-making and resilience building. While the crisis affecting internally displaced persons has been the most visible and most pressing, the challenges of governance go beyond the issue of internally displaced persons to the more general requirements for effective coordination of crises, regardless of context.
Looking Forward: Taking Action to Governorates:
While much of the work has so far focused on parliaments and the federal government, activities at the provincial level will increase significantly, especially as reclaimed areas seek to return to normalcy. This work will expand the scope of the Sudan and Southern Sudan project to include areas of the country most in need of support, with very little resources and skills to manage the transition to both peace and federalism
The Internal Oversight Group contributed to the development of the National Development Plan for the first time in Ethiopia and identified and formulated 15 of the national priority goals and successive multisectoral strategies in the areas of governance, economy, human capital and the environment (including infrastructure).