Institute establish Code of Conduct

April 20 , 2019


Ethiopian Institute for Corporate Governance has prepared a code of conduct for share companies. The code, which was launched at a meeting held at Hyatt Regency Hotel on April 18, 2019, covers issues related to the overall activities of share companies. The code is one of the achievements of the institution that can be used as a guideline for companies to form their own corporate governance code, according to Tehtena Legese, board member and managing director of Waryt Mulutila International Plc. The Institute was launched in 2013 to operate under the Addis Abeba Chamber of Commerce & Sectoral Associations. The Institute, which so far has enlisted 148 public and private businesses as members, seeks to regulate the conduct of businesses toward the evolution of a dynamic, ethical and responsible business community.


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