“The Tunisian Administrators Institute (l’Institut Tunisien des Administrateurs (ITA)) that was launched during May 2009 by a group of administrators, in some private companies auditors and academics, in order to establish good governance within the Tunisian public and private companies, was the focal point of a meeting held on Monday in Tunis.
Through its action plans, programs and projects, the new Institute (ITA) aims at assisting members of boards of directors in fulfilling their duties, showing them the practices of governance and tools to promote transparency, said Slaheddine Laâjimi, Director General of the Tunisia’s Arab International Bank (BIAT).
The founder of ITA will work to implement the action plan of the institution, considered as part of civil society, as it will disseminate the culture of sharing “expenses” within the boards of directors.
On the sidelines of the meeting, Laâjimi announced that the Tunisian Administrators Institute will hold on Thursday, January 21 in Tunis, a scientific symposium on “challenges of the post-crisis.”
This symposium will be inaugurated by the Minister of Industry and Technology as well as it will bring together Tunisian and French experts and professionals of governance including Daniel Lebegue, president of the French Administrators Institute (IFA), . Youssef Kortobi, chairman of the Tunis Stock Exchange and . Salwa Smaoui Director General of Microsoft Tunisia.