DIRECTORY OF ARTICLES PUBLISHED BY ICSAN (2017-2021)

DIRECTORY OF ARTICLES PUBLISHED BY ICSAN (2017-2021)

S/NTitle of article Date of Article/ Volume AuthorPublication where it appears Genre Page    
1The Chartered Secretary and Administrator as an agent of Governance Transformation in NigeriaVol. Xi No 21 (June) 2017   Azuka Azinge  Chartered Secretary and Administrator Magazine    Corporate Secretaryship7-12
2Corporate Governance: Exploring the Indian Example,      ’’Adeyinka Hassan   ’’Corporate Governance13-23
3Ethics as pathway to sustainable Corporate Governance      ’’  Akin Ogunbiyi    ’’Corporate Governance29-32
5A successful way of balancing Work and Life.         ’’Olufemi Adabale  ’’Administration34-35
7Harnessing the Potentials and Resources of Nigeria for Sustainable Development.  Vol. XII No 23 (Novemb) 2017  Dr. Nosike Agokei    ’’Public Administration11-18
8Importance of Corporate Governance in a Recessed Economy.         ’’Folarin Alayande    ’’Corporate Governance29- 31
9Corporate Governance and the Integrity of Financial Statements.      ’’Adeshola Amoo    ’’Corporate Governance33-38
 Company Secretaries and Registrars: A Functional Partnership for Capital Market Development                                2018 Vol. XI No 23 (September )2018 ISSN 118 – 5236  Peter Ashade     ’’Corporate Secretaryship6-9
 Preparing Chartered Secretaries for Compliance Function                        8-9          ’’Yomi Adebanjo    ’’Governance-Compliance 
 Registrar – An Extension of the Company Secretary’s Office                                    ’’Fisola Folayan    ’’Corporate Secretaryship10-13
 Company Secretaries and Registrars: A Functional Partnership for Capital Market Development                              ’’Godstime Iwenekhai    ’’Corporate Secretaryship24-25
 The Competitive Advantage of Environmental Compliance – A Review Against Michael Porter’s Hypothesis                   ’’Omogbemi Adelagun                    ’’Governance-Compliance28-30
 The Role of the Chartered Secretary and Administrator in the Diversification Agenda  2019 Vol. XI No 23 (September) 2018 ISSN 118 – 5236Oyindamola Ehiwere      ’’Corporate Secretaryship14-16
 Management of Register of Members and Unclaimed Dividend: Deliverables, Challenges and Way Out       ’’Bayo Olugbemi    ’’Corporate Secretaryship/Registrar services.27-30
 Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018: A Focus on the Requirement for Corporate Governance Evaluation.         ’’Dr. Nosike Agokei.   ’’Corporate Governance.31-34
 Time for Effective Implementation of the  National Code of Corporate Governance.         ’’Daniel Asapokhai   ’’Corporate Governance.35-38
 The Chartered Secretary and Administrator as an Agent of Governance Transformation in Nigeria.ISSN 2651-6322, Vol. 1, June 2018    Azuka Azinge      Journal of Corporate Governance and AdministrationChartered Secretary/Governance1 – 10
 Corporate Governance as a Tool for Sustainable Development.       ’’Ifie Sekibo,      ’’Corporate Governance11– 14  
 Whistle-Blowing Policy: Issues, Benefits and Challenges,      ’’Biodun Adedipe        ’’Corporate Governance15– 31
 Basic Application of IFRS Requirements in Financial Statements.           ’’Francis Olawale    ’’Accounting32– 41
 The Challenging Roles of Chartered Secretaries in an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Driven Economy/Business World.   ’’Leo Okafor.        ’’Chartered Secretaryship42– 45
 Risk Management as a Strategic Tool for Corporate Governance,       ’’Bolade Obat-Olowu,         ’’Corporate Governance46 – 52
 Exploring the Diversification Agenda Towards the Emergence of a Resilient Economy.  ISSN 2651-6322, Vol. 2, September 2019    Udo Udoma      Journal of Corporate Governance and AdministrationPublic Administration1 – 6
 Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018: A Contemporary Harmonised Standard, for Nigeria.     ’’Nelson M. Anumaka      ’’Corporate Governance7 – 18
 Sustainability: Understanding Your Ecological Footprints.      ’’David Olatunji         ’’Corporate Governance /Corporate Social Responsibility19– 23
 Board Composition: Guarding Against the Risk of Box Ticking.   ’’Rita Evelyn Kabatunzi             ’’Corporate Governance24 – 27
 Governance, Strategy and Technological Change.      ’’Francis Olawale        ’’Corporate Governance/28 – 37
 The Law of Company Meetings in Nigeria.     ’’Bamidele Adebayo        ’’Corporate Law38 – 57
 Exit Interview and Organisational Planning.     ’’Glory Ipia-Ogbu Ipia      ’’Human Resources58 – 66 
 Corporate Governance Concerns of Transitioning the Nigerian Petroleum Industry: A Discourse        ’’Adefolake Olachi Adewusi      ’’Corporate Governance67 – 75  
 The Meaning and Importance of Meetings2019 Volume 1, (edited by Deji Olanrewaju)  Ese NkadiThe Company Secretary Handbook (Meetings and Minutes Nature and Procedure of Meetings)  Corporate Secretaryship. 1 -9
 Types of Meetings and their Peculiarities.       ’’Dele Togunde    ’’Corporate Secretaryship10- 16
  The Role of the Chairman and Secretary in Meetings.     ’’Francis Olawale.     ’’Corporate Secretaryship17-31
  Employing Technology  to  Enhance the Management  of Meetings,    ’’Paul Ayim     ’’Corporate Secretaryship32-39
 Notices, Agenda and Quorum.     ’’ Leo Okafor,     ’’Corporate Secretaryship40-50
 Preparing for Meetings – Logistics and Requirement.     ’’Olawale Francis     ’’Corporate Secretaryship51 -59
  Checklist and Organisation of a Successful Annual General Meeting.    ’’Bode Ayeku,     ’’Corporate Secretaryship60 -95
 Voting – Emerging Issues with E-Voting and Resolutions.      ’’Christie Eze     ’’Corporate Secretaryship96 -99
 Fundamentals of Minutes Writing   What are Minutes    ’’Benedicta Sadare     ’’Corporate Secretaryship105-120.
 Regulatory and International Case for Board and Corporate Governance Evaluation,2021 Vol 2. Edited by Paul Idornigie.Nelson AnumakaThe Company Secretary Handbook (A guide to Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Audit)  Corporate Governance1-5  
 Board Evaluation: Prerequisite, Scope and Benefits to Stakeholders,       ’’Abidemi Ademola     ’’Corporate Governance8-15
 Key Stakeholders in Board Evaluation: Who should carry it out and who should be evaluated     ’’Marylin Eze.     ’’Corporate Governance18-31
 The Independent Director, Contributions to Good Governance: How Far, So Far     ’’      ’’Corporate Governance34-40
 Resources Required for Effective Board Evaluations and Corporate Governance Audit     ’’Ayotola Jagun     ’’Corporate Governance42-54
 Parameters for Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Audit     ’’Michael Agamah       ’’Corporate Governance57-66
 Methodologies for Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Evaluation     ’’Nosike Agokei     ’’Corporate Governance69-86
 Board Evaluation: Best Practices,     ’’David Olatunji.     ’’Corporate Governance88-109
 Corporate Governance Audit- Rationale Scopes, Benefits and Challenges,     ’’Francis Olawale     ’’Corporate Governance112-126
   Writing Reports for Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Audit.     ’’Francis Olawale     ’’Corporate Governance128-136.  

NOTES

  1. Please find below all the materials used to create the segregated table of directory above. The materials are listed serially in the very edition and medium they appear. This is to make the materials accessible at a glance and ascertain that no article is omitted from the table above.

Chartered Secretary and Administrator Magazine     ISSN 118  –  5236

JUNE 2017

VOL. XI NO 21 (JUNE  – AUGUST) 2017 

The Chartered Secretary and Administrator as an agent of Governance Transformation in Nigeria Azuka Azinge  7-12

Corporate Governance: Exploring the Indian Example Adeyinka Hassan, FCIS  13-23

Ethics as pathway to sustainable Corporate Governance Akin Ogunbiyi  29-32

A successful way of balancing Work and Life Olufemi Adabale, FCIS, 34-35

Chartered Secretary and Administrator Magazine     ISSN 118  –  5236

November 2017

Vol. XII No 23 (November – December) 2017

Harnessing the Potentials and Resources of Nigeria for Sustainable Development Dr. Nosike Agokei, FCIS, 11-18

Importance of Corporate Governance in a Recessed Economy Folarin Alayande, FCIS, 29- 31

Corporate Governance and the Integrity of Financial Statements Adeshola Amoo, 33-38                                                                                                              

Chartered Secretary and Administrator Magazine     ISSN 118  –  5236

2018 Vol. XI No 23 (September ) 2018 ISSN

Company Secretaries and Registrars: A Functional Partnership for Capital Market Development   Peter Ashade 6-9

Preparing Chartered Secretaries for Compliance Function Yomi Adebanjo FCIS                         8-9

Registrar – An Extension of the Company Secretary’s Office     Fisola Folayan                     10-13

Company Secretaries and Registrars: A Functional Partnership for Capital Market Development   Godstime Iwenekhai 24-25

The Competitive Advantage of Environmental Compliance – A Review Against Michael Porter’s Hypothesis         Omogbemi Adelagun                28-30

Chartered Secretary and Administrator Magazine     ISSN 118 –  5236

September 2019                                                                                                                                                  

The Role of the Chartered Secretary and Administrator in the Diversification Agenda Oyindamola Ehiwere 14-16

Management of Register of Members and Unclaimed Dividend: Deliverables, Challenges and Way Out Bayo Olugbemi 27-30

Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018: A Focus on the Requirement for Corporate Governance Evaluation Dr. Nosike Agokei, FCIS 31-34

Time for Effective Implementation of the  National Code of Corporate Governance – Daniel Asapokhai, 35-38

Journal of Corporate Governance and Administration ISSN 2651-6322

Vol. 1, June 2018

The Chartered Secretary and Administrator as an Agent of Governance Transformation in Nigeria,  Azuka Azinge,      1 – 10

Corporate Governance as a Tool for Sustainable Development,       Ifie  Sekibo,  11 – 14

Whistle-Blowing Policy: Issues, Benefits and Challenges,  Biodun Adedipe,    15 – 31

Basic Application of IFRS Requirements in Financial Statements, Francis Olawale,        32 – 41

The Challenging Roles of Chartered Secretaries in an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Driven Economy/Business World, Leo Okafor,    42 – 45

Risk Management as a Strategic Tool for Corporate Governance,  Bolade Obat-Olowu,    46 – 52

Journal of Corporate Governance and Administration ISSN 2651-6322

Vol. 2, September 2019

Exploring the Diversification Agenda Towards the Emergence of a Resilient Economy,  Udo Udoma       1 – 6

Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018: A Contemporary Harmonised Standard, for Nigeria  Nelson M. Anumaka  7 – 18

Sustainaibilty: Understanding Your Ecological Footprints,  David Olatunji    19 – 23

Board Composition: Guarding Against the Risk of Box Ticking,  Rita Evelyn Kabatunzi        24 – 27

Governance, Strategy and Technological Change, Francis Olawale    28 – 37

The Law of Company Meetings in Nigeria, Bamidele Adebayo    38 – 57

Exit Interview and Organisational Planning,  Glory Ipia-Ogbu Ipia  58 – 66 

Corporate Governance Concerns of Transitioning the Nigerian Petroleum Industry: A Discourse,  Adefolake Olachi Adewusi  67 – 75

The Company Secretary Handbook (edited by Deji Olanrewaju) 2019

Volume 1

Meetings and Minutes Nature and Procedure of Meetings

The Meaning and Importance of Meetings, Ese Nkadi, FCIS, 1 -9

Types of Meetings and their Peculiarities, Dele Togunde, FCIS, Meetings  10- 16

 The Role of the Chairman and Secretary in Meetings, Francis Olawale, FCIS 17-31

 Employing Technology  to  Enhance the Management  of Meetings, Paul Ayim, ACIS   32-39

Notices, Agenda and Quorum, Leo Okafor, FCIS 40-50

Preparing for Meetings – Logistics and Requirement, Olawale Francis, FCIS, 51 -59

 Checklist and Organisation of a Successful Annual  General Meeting, Bode Ayeku, FCIS  60 -95

Voting – Emerging Issues with E-Voting and Resolutions, Christie Eze,  96 -99

Fundamentals of Minutes Writing,   Benedicta Sadare, FCIS,   105-120.

Journal of Corporate Governance and Administration ISSN 2651-6322

Vol. 3, November 2020.

A review of the Status of the Secretary of a Public under the Companies and allied Matters Act based on the Supreme Court’s  decision in Longe vs. First Bank of Nigeria Plc. Bamidele Adebayo, 1-18

An appraisal of the Code of Corporate for Governance for Nigerian Microfinance Banks, Taiwo Adewumi, ACIS, 19-28

Corporate Governance in the light of the 21st Century Economy, A.O. Sofowora, FCIS & Oluwatoyin Sofowora ACIS , 29-37

Effective Corporate Governance as an Enabler of Tax Compliance Adefolake Adewusi, FCIS, 38-45

Executive Directors and Non-compliance Agreements: The Role of the Company Secretary, Abosede Ogundimu, ACIS, 46-54

Proxy Statement: A tool for Good Governance and Effective Shareholder Engagement,  Chineye Obiajulu, Grad ICSA, 55-60

Rights of Female Workers in Industrial Relations in Nigeria, Oluwatobiloba Ifedolapo, ACIS, 61-68

Statutory Checks and Balances among Major Organs of Companies in Nigeria: An Overview of Section 63 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, Abraham Agbebi, ACIS, 69-75

The Legal and Ethical Implications of Monitoring the Employee in the workplace, Yetunde Ogunremi, ACIS, 76-84.

The Company Secretary Handbook (edited by Paul Idornigie) 2021

Volume 2

A guide to Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Audit

Regulatory and International Case for Board and Corporate Governance Evaluation, Nelson Anumaka, ACIS, 1-5

Board Evaluation: Prerequisite, Scope and Benefits to Stakeholders, Abidemi Ademola, FCIS, 8-15

Key Stakeholders in Board Evaluation: Who should carry it out and who should be evaluated, Marylin Eze, FCIS, 18-31

The Independent Director, Contributions to Good Governance: How Far, So Far, 34-40

Resources Required for Effective Board Evaluations and Corporate Governance Audit, Ayotola Jagun. FCIS, 42-54

Parameters for Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Audit, Michael Agamah, FCIS, 57-66

Methodologies for Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Evaluation, Nosike Agokei, FCIS, 69-86

Board Evaluation: Best Practices, David Olatunji, FCIS, 88-109

Corporate Governance Audit- Rationale Scopes, Benefits and Challenges, Francis Olawale, FCIS, 112-126

Writing Reports for Board Evaluation and Corporate Governance Audit, Francis Olawale, FCIS, 128-136.

Chartered Secretary and Administrator Magazine     ISSN 118 –  5236

September 2021                                                                                                                                                  

The Evolving Role of the 21st Century-t Corporate Secretary- The implications for Governance Risk Management and Compliance, Bamidele Oseni, 10-14

The Chartered Secretary and Administrator- Understanding your worth and potential today, Dame Julie Okah-Donli,  23-24

Entrenchment of ethical practice in the Nigerian environment: Challenges and solutions, Muideen Ibrahim, ACIS, 25-28.

Highlights of provisions of Finance Act 2020 and BOFIA 2020, Francis Olawale, FCIS, 45-46

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