Conference - Corporate Governance in Moldova’s banking sector
Ways to strengthen the corporate governance in Moldova’s financial sector were being discussed on 26 April 2012 at a conference organised in Moldova’s capital Chisinau by the EFSE, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the National Bank of Moldova and the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW).
The conference presented international best practices in corporate governance, analysed key areas for improvement in current procedures in Moldova and highlighted measures needed to overcome current shortfalls.
The conference gathered Moldovan authorities, including the governor of the National Bank of Moldova, Dorin Dragutanu, and the Vice Minister of Economy, Octavian Calmic, as well as representatives of international financial institutions, donor agencies and top management of local banks and non-banking institutions.
Tokhir Mirzoev, IMF Resident Representative in Moldova
Legal and Regulatory Platform for Enforcing Corporate Governance in Moldovan Banks
Marius Vismantas, Regional Coordinator for Financial and Private Sector Development for Ukraine, Belaurs and Moldova
Global Issues in Corporate Governance – Selected Thoughts
Henry Russell, EBRD Director for Financial Institutions in Western Balkans, Belarus, Moldova and Croatia
Corporate Governance and EBRD FI Activities in Moldova
Elvira Lefting, Managing Director, Finance in Motion (the EFSE’s Fund Advisor)
Proper Corporate Governance from the Lender’s Perspective: EFSE – Experiences in Moldova