With #MeToo fresh in our minds, here are some vital strategies and best practices to mitigate the risk of misconduct, by Rosemary Lally - Editor, Brandon Whitehill - Research Analyst & Ken Bertsch - Executive Director - Council of Institutional Investors (CII)
The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) and its subsidiaries, collectively known as Taj Group, is one of Asia's largest and finest group of hotels....
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Red Eléctrica Corporación aspires to the highest standards of corporate governance as they believe that good governance supports long-term value creation. To this end, Red...
It's estimated that multinational corporations and high-net-worth individuals have placed over $7.6 trillion in offshore companies. As the US cuts corporate tax rates and...
The rapid speed of technological change is dismantling traditional institutions and mechanisms for governance. What tools can help leaders accelerate their response time, while...
Embracing best practices can ensure transparency and enhanced shareholder participation as technology grows, explains Anne Sheehan - formerly of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System, Darla C. Stuckey - President and CEO, Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals & Cathy H. Conlon - Head of Corporate Issuer Strategy & Product Management at Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc
Organisations need to be more adaptive to change in order to confidently handle the future, explains Paul J. Sobel - Chairman, the Committee of Sponsoring Organisations of the Treadway Commission (COSO)
Establishing policies to combat bribery and corruption is pointless unless you tackle the problem of corrupt local officials, writes Mike Kenealy who is the Chief Operations Officer at Insiders Corp. & Michele La Neve is a Managing Partner at Whitecotton Law International