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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Who owns corporate governance in the Middle East?

In the Arab world, corporate governance standards emerged initially in the banking sector as banks were – and to this day remain – the most important financial sector institutions in the region, while capital markets have been slower to develop, writes Alissa Amico, Managing Director, GOVERN, Economic and Corporate Governance Center

Culture to capital

Embedding a healthy corporate culture through improving behaviour and high-quality reporting is vital to the success of any business, writes Stephen Haddrill, Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Reporting Council

Hazards of the right of first perusal

Imagine if the government forced reporters to allow the subjects of their articles to review the draft text of those articles. That’s what the Corporate Governance Reform and Transparency Act of 2016 (H.R. 5311) in the US would mandate for proxy advisory firms, says Katherine Rabin, Chief Executive Officer, Glass, Lewis & Co

Paradigm paralysis in ERM & internal audit

This article is a call to boards, CEOs, law makers, regulators, investor groups and others for a major paradigm shift in risk management and assurance thinking to create and better preserve shareholder value, writes Tim Leech, Managing Director and Lauren Hanlon, Director at Risk Oversight Solutions Inc