New CSIA president appointed

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New CSIA president appointed

Wednesday, 16 September 2020 | PNS | new delhi

CS Ashish Garg, President, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, has been unanimously elected as the President of the Council of Corporate Secretaries International Association, for the year 2021.

Corporate Secretaries International Association was established as an associationin the year 2010 in Geneva, Switzerlandand then again reconstituted as a company limited by guarantee in Hongkong in the year 2017, to facilitate, develop and promote the profession of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals and to assist in creation of such organisations in countries where it doesn’t exist.

Governed by a Council of members and representatives from each national member organisation, CSIA has more than fourteen member countries today and is catering to 100000 governance professionals across the globe.

With the strengthening of the Governance Structure in the country and with its growth as an inclusive nation in the Global Corporate Governance map, India Inc. has already made headway in achieving its goal of becoming one of Global Corporate Leaders. Appointment of CS Ashish Garg, as the President of CSIA, would bolster the ambit of this growth.

A fellow member of the ICSI, a Post Graduate in Economics (M.A.) and Commerce (M.Com.) and a Law Graduate (L.LB.) from Vikram University, Ujjain, CS Ashish Garg holds almost over 19 years of experience with specialisation in Corporate Laws, Organisational Restructuring and Corporate Legal Counselling to Companies. Under his empirical anddynamic leadership and his pragmatic approach, CSIA is sure to accomplish its missionstatement.

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