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Sunday, September 19, 2021

Why board composition matters

The corporate board chair is neither a monarch, nor a school headteacher… rather, the chair is first among equals who has the responsibility to bring out the best from each member

Companies: Key players in the fight against corruption

To ‘build back better’, companies and their leadership need to do more than imply purpose, explains Sophie Ogilvy at Transparency International UK

Let’s not forget about anti-corruption

Covid-19 is not a reason for organisations to take their eyes off the corruption fight, explains George Dallas - Policy Director at the International Corporate Governance Network

Commercial Bank of Dubai goes paperless

The Commercial Bank of Dubai chose DiliTrust Exec to digitalise its board of directors and committee management processes and the bank has never looked back.
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Boardroom Biases

Dr Debra L.Brown, President & CEO of Governance Solutions, explains to us in layman's terms about the seven common biases that could be sabotaging decision-making...
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Activism in US regulated industries

Ele Klein - Chair of Schulte Roth & Zabel's M&A and Securities Group and Co-Chair of the Global Shareholder Activism Group outlines how savvy...
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The Four Horseman

Kai Haakon E. Liekefett and Derek Zaba - Partners and Co-Chairs of the Shareholder Activism Practice at Sidley Austin LLP, discuss the common mistakes when faced...
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TPRM Hot Picks For 2021

Greg Mathews - Partner - KPMG Financial Services Risk & Regulatory Consulting, discusses the hottest issues for Third-Party Risk Management executives around the world.
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Davos 2020 – Stakeholder Capitalism: What is Required from Corporate Leadership?

Stakeholder Capitalism: What is Required from Corporate Leadership? With shareholder primacy giving way to a broader vision for stakeholder-driven capitalism, how can business leaders...


Clarity on board 

Powerful institutional investors do hold boards responsible for corporate strategy and company prosperity, not just reviewing what’s offered by management and asking a few good questions

Reading Between The Lines

One aim of the Three Lines Model is to emphasise that principles, rather than rules, should guide an organisation in the design of its governance structure


Change is coming

US corporate board performance for the modern age of compliance and the importance of an ethics committee, by Michael Volkov & John Fons