Dr Andreas Kokkinis delivers talk on the 'persistent challenges in modern corporate governance' during his recent visit to Colombia
Dr Andreas Kokkinis visited Colombia from the 21st to the 27th of November 2016.
He was invited by the Universidad del Rosario, School of Law to convene jointly and present at a workshop titled ‘Multinational Corporations (MNCs), foreign investment and development International Economic Law and beyond’ on the 23rd and 24th of November. The workshop was convened jointly with Dr Enrique Prieto Rios from Rosario and was attended by around 15 academics from Colombia, Brazil and the United States.
Andreas also delivered a talk to students on the Commercial Law Postgraduate Course of the Externado University Law School on Friday 25 November titled: ‘The wrong reform: the failure of the EU bank bonus cap rule to enhance financial stability’. The talk was followed by a general introduction to reading LLMs and PhDs at Warwick Law School.
In addition, Andreas delivered a paper titled ‘Persistent challenges in modern corporate governance: directors’ expertise, the monitoring role of the board and executive remuneration’ at a research seminar at the Univeridad de la Sabana, Business School on Friday 25 November. The seminar was attended by academics and Masters students.
Finally, Andreas participated in the University’s delegation at a major European Universities Exhibition in Bogota on Saturday 26 November. There was a significant number of potential applicant enquiring about the new International Commercial Law LLM course.