King IV

King IV™ – A Synopsis of Principle 5: Pertaining to Reporting

Melanie TeBrugge — Senior Board Consultant, Kilgetty Statutory Services Principle 5 of King Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa™ prescribes that a governing board should ensure that reports issued by the organisation enable stakeholders to make informed assessments of the organisation’s performance, and its short, medium and long-term prospects. King IV™ clearly articulates the [...]

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King IV™ — A synopsis of principle 3 of King IV™: corporate citizenship

Melanie TeBrugge — Senior Board Consultant, Kilgetty Statutory Services Principle 3 of the King IV™ Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa™ prescribes that the governing board should ensure that an organisation be a responsible corporate citizen. Fostering responsible corporate citizenship King IV™ prescribes several recommended practices in order to foster responsible corporate citizenship — [...]

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The Difference between King III and King IV

Melanie TeBrugge — Senior Board Consultant, Kilgetty Statutory Services The King Report III on Corporate Governance for South Africa™ (“King III”) was replaced in its entirety by the King Report IV on Corporate Governance for South Africa™ (“King IV”) on 1 November 2016 and became effective for all financial years commencing from 1 April 2017 [...]

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