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Dive brief: Renee Jones, professor at Boston College Law School, had been named lead the Ssecurities and the foreign exchange commission the corporate finance division and its rule making for Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs), climate change disclosure, cyber risk and other hot issues. Jones, who criticized the weak corporate governance of private companies valued …

Three decades of financial, economic and legal studies of corporate governance have relied heavily on data sets whose provenance is almost unknown. A new article is about to correct this fatal flaw in contemporary corporate governance research by launching a brand new resource: the Cleaning Corporate Governance database. Data-driven research has become the foundation for …

June 7, 2021 Click for PDF In reaction to the dramatic collapse of Wirecard, a financial services provider then listed on the DAX, in June 2020, a law on strengthening the integrity of financial markets (Finanzmarktintegritätsstärkungsgesetz – FISG) has now been adopted after several months of intense discussion. It comes into force on July 1, …

It’s that time of year again when the company’s annual results are announced, dividends declared and executive salaries revealed. It is also that time of year when analysts look at annual reports and report breaches of “corporate governance” in listed companies. As the different seasonal “episodes” unfold, the litany about the role of the board …

?? Regulators, investors Asia-Pacific increasingly emphasizes corporate governance ➤ In the interests of the company’s management teams, shareholders must align themselves with the ultimate goal of value creation ➤ The right talent, technology and transparency needed to improve corporate governance Gordon Crosbie-Walsh, CEO of EquitiesFirst Source: EquitiesFirst Alexander Kent, Director of EquitiesFirst Corporate governance is …

RAWPIXELS.COM/FREEPIK RRecommendation 8.4 of the Corporate Governance Code (GC) for Listed Companies (PLC) is that appropriate disclosure should be made of policies and procedures in setting Board compensation, as follows: “The company must provide clear disclosure of its policies and procedures for setting compensation for the board of directors and officers, as well as the …

The bosses of 14 major organizations, including Capita, Unilever and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), are committed to putting the well-being of staff, local communities and society at large higher on the board’s agenda. administration, after concluding that it would improve the long-term profitability of their businesses. . The Purposeful Company, a nonprofit, said it has brought together …