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Monthly Archives: July 2019

Remuneration trends across Europe

2007 Shareholder Rights Directive amendments will affect executive compensation practices in Europe for many years, explains Fabio Bianconi - Director at Morrow Sodali

Overcoming culture clashes

Promoting a collaborative approach to transitioning financial crime risk compliance during an acquisition is a key ingredient for success, explains Samantha Sheen Founder and Director of Ex Ante Advisory Services Limited

Creating an ethical work culture

Why codes of ethics are an important part of good corporate governance, explains Jane Valls - Executive Director for the GCC Board Directors Institute (GCCBDI)

Whistleblower protection in the digital age

Executives who witness fraud should pay attention to governing rules, explains Stephen M. Kohn - Partner at Kohn, Kohn and Colapinto, Chairman at whistleblowers.org


Board development and director succession in the age of shareholder activism, engagement and stewardship, writes Sabastian V. Niles - Partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, New York

Global audit committee: Looking ahead in 2019

Insight into the key drivers and pitfalls that audit committees need to know, explains Timothy Copnell - Executive Chairman, KPMG’s UK Audit Committee Institute

Gender diversity across Latin America

Bringing women on board creates value and sustainability in an organisation, explains Alejandra Mastrangelo - Consultant, Corporate Identity and Governance

Proxy season: A springboard for diversity discussion

Investors push for board diversity, but power to change remains with companies, explains Lisa Blais & Ashley Summerfield - Lisa leads the US Board Practice and Ashley leads the Global Board Consulting Practice at Egon Zehnder

Independent external board reviews

Board evaluations build board effectiveness, but it is time to raise the level across all companies, explains Helen Pitcher OBE - Chair at Advanced Boardroom Excellence