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Business leader and first female CEO of First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Ms. Yemisi Edun, tasked corporate organizations, especially micro-enterprises, to adopt sound corporate governance practices in order to stand the test of time. She made this call as a guest speaker at the inaugural conference on corporate governance and enterprise development organized by H. …

Tamilnad Mercantile Bank (TMB) recently filed documents for an Initial Public Offering (IPO). It will raise funds through new shares and also conduct an Offer to Sell (OFS) for existing shareholders. The company will use a large portion of the funds raised through the IPO to stabilize its level one capital base. TMB was founded …

Many corporations and investors in South Korea have recently turned their attention to ESG management, which is a term for a corporate management approach that actively considers and improves environmental, social and governance concerns. Institutional investors, including major pension funds such as the National Pension Services, and asset management companies, such as SSG and Blackrock, …

August 18, 2021 Download Newsletter In this Quarterly Update, S&C analyzes the latest developments in corporate governance and how these updates may unfold in the coming months. Topics include: Boardroom Buzz Potential topics for the board’s agenda this …

Mr. Rockson Dogbegah, President of the Institute of Directors (IOD) of Ghana, was unanimously elected President of the African Corporate Governance Network (ACGN). Dr Mike Eric Juru, President of the Institute of Directors of Zimbabwe (IoDZ) was also elected Vice-President, Victoria Silutongwe, former President of the Institute of Directors of Zambia, as secretary. It was …

Shareholder activism involves the efforts of shareholders to bring about a desired change in the way the business operates. While most mature markets have powerful militant shareholders fighting for the rights of minority shareholders, Indian minority shareholders struggle to make their voices heard. The oldest (and grossest) form of shareholder activism first appeared in the …

Indian organizations must view corporate governance as an investment to ensure long-term sustainability, Chairman of the Authority of International Financial Services Centers Injeti Srinivas said on Friday during a keynote address at ET -Amrop India’s Best Boards Awards. “When we talk about corporate governance, unfortunately, we often think of it as a compliance burden or …

Nigeria: Corporate governance: putting the role of the chairman in perspective August 20, 2021 Olajide Oyewole To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. As the role of the president has grown in importance due to the increasing pace, size and complexity of business operations globally, most directors have only a vague understanding …

In accordance with the Companies Act 2013, all listed companies are required to have independent directors (IDs) who represent one third of the total number of directors. Independent directors are expected to represent an impartial and impartial voice on the board. Due to this function, IDs are considered to be the guardians of minority shareholders. …

MALAYSIAN Resources Corporation Bhd (MRCB) won the Industry Excellence Award for the real estate sector at the Asean Corporate Governance Awards 2020 of the Minority Shareholders Watch Group (MSWG). The awards recognize the best corporate governance practices of listed companies in Malaysia using the assessment of the Asean Corporate Governance Scorecard. “Corporate governance is one …