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Monthly Archives: August 2017

Banorte’s perfect vision

Investors, customers and partners sit at the heart of Grupo Financiero Banorte’s strategic plan to become the best bank in Mexico, explains Carlos Hank González - Chairman of the Board of Directors at Grupo Financiero Banorte

UK Governance Code – the next 25 years

The UK’s framework for corporate governance is respected worldwide but needs to evolve with changing circumstances, writes Stephen Haddrill - Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Reporting Council

DEWA: Standing for generations to come

Ethical Boardroom talks to Saeed Mohammed Al Tager, MD & CEO of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority on the company’s mission to become a sustainable and innovative world-class utility.

Creating shared value and modern corporate governance

As one of Brazil’s largest electricity utilities, EDP Brasil is committed to the practices of business sustainability, writes João Paulo Mateus - Compliance Director, EDP Brasil

Gender diversity on MENA boards

Shattering the glass ceiling is an economic imperative in the Middle East, writes Sanaa Abouzaid - IFC Corporate Governance Lead, MENA

Alba aims high

Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. was one of the first companies in the country to embrace the Corporate Governance Code – and the impact has been transformational, writes Bryan Harris - Chief Internal Auditor & Risk Officer, Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. (Alba)

Championing integrity in Gulf countries

A new voluntary initiative is setting the benchmark for honourable business, explains Carla Koffel - Executive Director, Pearl Initiative

Cultivating trust

How empathetic engagement between a Spanish listed company and its shareholders evolves towards a new corporate mindset and culture, writes Fernando Frías - Non-Director Vice-Secretary of the Board of Directors, Head of Compliance and Corporate Governance, Red Eléctrica Corporacion SA

Shareholder activism in Canada: 2017

Discussing trends observed over the last year and our predictions of what we might see going forward, writes Trevor Zeal - Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP