Philip Armstrong is the Senior Advisor: Corporate Governance and was previously the Head of the Global Corporate Governance Forum.
Philip is an internationally acknowledged expert on corporate governance and has extensive private sector experience at a senior level.
Pension and National Reserve Funds: Governance Challenges from the Perspective of Emerging Markets
Phil's address at the 2011 Discussion Forum "International Reflections and Perspectives on Governance." The event was co-Hosted by the International Centre for Pension Management and World Bank Treasury.
Key Corporate Governance Considerations for India’s Economic Development
Keynote address at the 10th annual National Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance in India. New Delhi, India, December 2010.
Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility: How to Integrate Social Responsibility Objectives with Business Incentives for Value Creation and Profit Maximization
Keynote address at the 5th Social Responsibility Forum: Leading to the Next Big Thing. IE Business School, Madrid, November 2010. "Today I want to address the important issue of how the global financial crisis has created a greater sensitivity and appreciation among companies towards the effects that lax corporate governance and ethical values have on their own business, and more broadly on society and its welfare."
Presentation at the 5th International Symposium for Corporate Governance, September 2009
Presentation for the 26th National Conference of Chartered Secretaries Australia, December 2009
Corporate Governance in Asia, Insights by Philip Armstrong
Journalists at the Forefront of Corporate Governance Reporting: The Story That Lies Beneath, March 2013
Quality in Governance, February 2013
Corporate Governance Beyond Borders, April 2012
Corporate Social Responsibility is Not Only About Doing Good Things, September 2011
Keynote Address at Launch of the first Corporate Governance Commission in Bulgaria, September 2009 (3-part video)