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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Do you have a life plan?

Taking responsibility for your personal governance is a conscious, strategic and operative form of self-steering and permanent personal development, explains Fredy Hausammann Managing Partner, Amrop Switzerland and Vice Chair, Amrop EMEA

Shareholder engagement: An evolving landscape

The best defence is a strong offence — preparing for and engaging constructively with activists is the route to corporate success, writes Tom Johnson - Chief Executive Officer, Abernathy MacGregor

Proxy fights: Don’t underestimate the risk

Five crucial mistakes small and mid-cap companies make in an era of shareholder activism, writes Kai Haakon E. Liekefett - Head of the Shareholder Activism Response Team, Vinson & Elkins LLP

Ensuring corporate integrity

Four practical ways for African companies to boost their ethical profile, explains Roman Zyla - Regional Lead, Africa Corporate Governance Program, in the Transactional Risk Solutions Department, Environment, Social and Governance, at the IFC

Business can earn a licence to lead

Society is rewriting the rules around what being a ‘responsible company’ means. How do you go from a resource taker to a market builder and still generate value? writes Georg Kell - Vice Chairman of Arabesque Partners

Anti-bribery compliance in a changing world

Global indicators and how the TRACE Matrix can help you assess the health of particular regions and markets, writes Robert Clark - Manager of Legal Research, TRACE International

The board’s role in talent and culture

Visionary boards go beyond simply setting compensation policies — they seek to understand and assess the health of a company’s culture, explains Jannice L. Koors - Managing Director, Pearl Meyer