The PSAG brings together international leaders of the private sector whose shared goal is to help developing countries improve their corporate governance.
Through the PSAG, IFC is able to bring the practical experience of the international private sector to bear upon the issues and challenges facing corporate governance in developing countries.
PSAG members participate in many IFC's activities, providing counsel on new strategies and sharing their practical experiences with the Forum's global networks. Their efforts include involvement in IFC's international consultations, publications, practical guides and toolkits, and capacity-building programs.
Succeeding Ira M. Millstein (Chairman Emeritus of the PSAG), Peter Dey was appointed as Chair of the PSAG in October 2005.
List of PSAG members
Examples of speeches and presentations by PSAG members:
Good Governance: Key to Sustainability - presentation by Jan-Olaf Willums, Member of the Private Sector Advisory Group, at the Dubai Chamber- organized conference "Good Governance Matters." October 10, 2010.
“More Power for Shareholders – Does It Undermine Board Stewardship?!” Peter Dey shares his thoughts on two topics: the ongoing discussion on how to make boards more effective and a trend in the balance of power between boards of directors and shareholders.
Why Countries Should Develop Corporate Governance Codes (video) - address by Professor Mervyn King SC, Chairman of South Africa’s King Committee on Corporate Governance, on the occasion of the launch of Malawi Code II.
Experience of the IoD Zambia - A speech by Patrick Chisanga, former president of IoD Zambia, on the Occasion of the launch of the Institute of Directors of Malawi.
Many PSAG members also contributed their pieces to our Private Sector Opinion publication series.
Last updated in March 2017