We're pleased to announce that Eva Alberte, our Country Manager for Latvia, has received accreditation from the Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance (BICG).
"The accreditation received from the BICG strengthens our competence to support clients in selecting both Supervisory and Executive Board members in the Baltic region and abroad."
The Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance is a non-profit, non-governmental association that engages businesses and political leaders in encouraging best corporate governance practices in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Good corporate governance promotes competent oversight, transparency and accountability in private, listed and state-owned companies, which builds transparent and accountable business environment and helps attract investments, strengthen economies, and benefits societies.
The BICG delivers value to its stakeholders by providing education programs, policy advocacy, governance assessment, and other initiatives. The BICG is also a member of the European Confederation of Directors’ Associations (ecoDa), which unites institutes of directors in over 20 countries, acting as a corporate governance expertise sharing network and a credible voice in the development of corporate governance related policies and recommendations across Europe.