Entity Management, Technology and Corporate Governance

Brian Chartier, Director Consultancy Services, Datacare Software Group, USA

Organisations have a critical role in helping corporate governance practitioners navigate the complexities of today's business environment. Ask anyone who is involved in corporate governance and they will tell you that they must be better informed and equipped today than they were five or six years ago. We must have a positive view and look upon this time as a new era in Corporate Governance or more specifically as a 'Coming-of-Age'. Corporate Governance has existed for many years in the shadows of organisations, public or private. It has now moved into the limelight encouraging companies to rise to new corporate governance challenges regardless of their jurisdiction.

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USA Corporate Governance IT November 2007 Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter 2007

Brian Chartier

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Brian J. Chartier spent 27 years with a global financial institution. In his last role as Senior Officer Subsidiary Governance he led a team in building a global Corporate Governance system that relied on technology and that save the company over $40 million dollars per year. He then joined Datacare Software Group where he consults with their clients on implementing and maximizing Corporate Governance Software. He also owns a chain of retail stores in the province of Ontario in Canada.

Datacare Software Group

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Datacare Software Group is the world's leading supplier of Corporate Governance and Entity Management Software. Headquartered in Ireland, it operates globally.

USA Corporate Governance IT November 2007 Vol. 1, No. 2, Winter 2007
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