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The stock market advanced as a lull in corporate news left many buyers on the sidelines. The benchmark S & P / NZX 50 gained 14.776 points, or 0.1%, to 12,654.60 on Wednesday. “It’s a bit of a mixed bag overall,” said Hamilton investment adviser Hindin Greene Grant Williamson. “Concerns about interest rates and inflation …

Stripped of all its complexity, the fundamental question of corporate tax is whether investors want increased profitability by avoiding tax, which is a race to the bottom. Many investors have joined this race, mostly passively. But big changes are underway and EU investment professionals would be unwise to ignore them. Jason Ward, Founder and Senior …

Representative image | Photo credit: AP Highlights S&P: ONGC’s earnings will benefit from the rise in the price of crude during FY22 NTPC considers IPO of NTPC Renewable Energy branch to raise funds Dr Reddy’s says Sputnik V launch delayed due to testing and import issues L&T Technology partners with US cloud software provider to …

Improvements in corporate governance in Japan have been particularly notable in recent years, with governance reviews and other codes being the latest examples of internal pressure. Money officials also stressed the importance of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s push for structural reforms in 2012 through his “three arrows” economic policy. “The priority given by the …

~~ ~ The report of an external investigation into Toshiba Corporation recently came out, concluding that the company unfairly handled its general meeting of shareholders last year. As requested by Toshiba, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry took advantage of the Foreign Exchange and Trade Control Law to intervene on behalf of management …

Corporate governance in the UK is about to undergo its biggest transformation in a generation. Next month, the government’s consultation on the powers held by the new Audit Regulatory and Governance Authority (ARGA), closes. Some of the proposals are seismic, driven by corporate scandals, and could mean directors of public companies, large AIM-listed companies and …

Japanese company Yakult Honsha is a company foreign investors may not be familiar with, even though they are familiar with its most famous product, the red-top yogurt-like probiotic drink sold in many parts of the world. The company is also an interesting study on Japanese corporate governance and the relationship of mid-sized listed companies (Yakult …

SPRING SILVER, Md., June 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – IJJP (OTC: IJJP) Removal of the stop sign: the current information status in pink is awaiting the final review by the OTCIQ. We anticipate by the 30 June 2021, for a decision to be rendered. All required documents have been submitted to OCTIQ to publish …

Journalists sit in front of a Toshiba logo ahead of the company’s press conference in Tokyo on November 8, 2018. Martin Bureau | AFP | Getty Images Crisis Toshiba shareholders on Friday dismissed its chairman of the board and another director, a strong rebuke from the company after it was discovered that it had colluded …

Japanese companies have never been good at dealing with activist shareholders, but Toshiba Corp. seems to have escalated this fight by several notches by agreeing with the government to push back the influence of the activists. This time around, the industrial giant may have gone too far, and the scandal has raised key questions about …