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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Why you need a cyber attorney

Experienced legal counsel has an essential role in managing cyber risk, explains Shawn E. Tuma - Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Partner, Scheef & Stone

UK governance after Brexit

Continuous improvement is needed in audit and corporate governance to ensure that UK attracts investment, post its EU exit, writes Stephen Haddrill - Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Reporting Council

Zenith: Riding the ethical high road to the top

Nigeria’s banking giant on why sustainability is an essential ingredient for its long-term success, explains Jim Ovia - Chairman, Zenith Bank Plc

Upholding human rights through the lens of due diligence

Businesses are expected to make clear their responsibilities and proposed action for protecting individuals from abuse, writes Nicolas Tollet - Counsel at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP & Athena Arbes - Associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

Hedge fund activism & the market for corporate control

Controlling for selection decisions, activist interventions substantially increase the probability of a takeover offer, explains Nicole M. Boyson, PhD - Associate Professor of Finance, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University

AI and reputational risk: An ESG perspective

Getting to grips with the ESG risks and opportunities associated with artificial intelligence, explains Dr Andrea Bonime–Blanc - Founder and Chief Executive Officer of GEC Risk Advisory

Red Eléctrica: Open and sustainable

Ethical Boardroom talks to Red Eléctrica on the company’s agile governance practices and its mission to ensure transparency for shareholders.

Effective governance

Good corporate governance is a prerequisite for attracting market capital; it’s also likely to create more value than your competitors, explainsMarco Visani - Head of the Governance & Executive Compensation unit of The European House – Ambrosetti

Zimbabwe’s lessons from Singapore

Actions speak louder than words in the evolution of corporate governance, writes Edward Siwela - Executive Director of the Institute of Directors Zimbabwe

Behavioural auditing

How organisations are assessing corporate culture and behaviour, writes Jan Otten - Founder of ACS & Partner at ACS Behavioural Auditing & Inge van der Meulen - Partner at ACS Behavioural Auditing