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Yearly Archives: 2019

Keeping it in the family

Can we have good governance in family –owned businesses? explains Dr. Ashraf Gamal El Din - Chief Executive Officer, Hawkamah

Luxury with a sustainable soul

Indian Hotels Company Limited is raising standards in hospitality and ensuring a brighter global future, writes Puneet Chhatwal - MD & Chief Executive Officer & Beejal Desai - Senior Vice President and Legal & Company Secretary of the Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL)

What you need to know heading into the 2020 proxy season

How will 2019 trends shape the next proxy season? explains Zally Ahmadi - Director, Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation, D.F. King, an AST Company

Japan’s unfinished reforms

Dear Prime Minister, don’t give up yet! - is the rallying cry from Nicholas Benes - Representative Director of the Board Director Training Institute of Japan (BDTI)

Where was the board?

Boards are at risk of being in breach of their fiduciary duty, explains Helle Bank Jorgensen - CEO, Competent Boards

Breaking the remuneration taboo

Why it is ‘politically correct’ to talk about a board’s remuneration, explains Andrés Bernal & Catalina Rojas - Partners at Governance Consultants S.A

The new rules on remuneration

The Shareholder Rights Directive II and its implications for executive pay disclosure, explains Anne-Sophie Blouin - Head of Executive Compensation and Share Plans at RELX

Company culture: expectation vs reality

A recent study of supervisory boards in Germany reveals continued development, values and customer focus as areas for improvement, writes Anja Fiedler - Managing Director, Denison Consulting

Building a sustainable approach to tax governance

Companies should treat tax as a corporate governance matter and focus on risk and compliance, explains Gregory Price - Tax partner at Macfarlanes LLP

Parent company liability

When does parental control become too much? Writes Charles Mayo - Partner, Chris Owen - Partner & Adam Bristow - Supervising Associate at Simmons & Simmons LLP London