Lisbon, Portugal, 7 March – Representatives of the Mozambican state stake-holding management company IGEPE are in Portugal to take part in a program to promote good corporate governance practices, a source from the Portuguese Corporate Governance Institute (IPCG) said Thursday in Lisbon.
This event was preceded by a meeting of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris, at which corporate governance was also under discussion.
The delegation visiting Portugal at the invitation of the IPCG, is made up of the chairman of the board, Daniel Gabriel Tembe, director Maria Iolanda Wane and by director Abílio Justino Inguane.
The IGEPE is a state body, set up in 2001 by the Mozambican government in order to manage the state’s shareholdings in various companies. (macauhub)