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Monthly Archives: August 2019

Failure is an Option

Corporate failures should not trigger a change to the governance paradigm, explains Christopher J. Hewit and Jayne E. Juvan - Partners and Co-Chairs of the Corporate Governance Practice Group at Tucker Ellis LLP 

CEO pay: Shareholders care more than ever

Board directors need to ask more questions, explains Rosanna Landis Weaver - Programme Manager for Power of the Proxy: Executive Compensation at As You Sow

Paradise lost or a money laundering paradise?

The role of board of directors in preventing money laundering within European banks, explains Sven Stumbauer - Globally recognised financial crimes expert 

Nigeria’s Code: Attaining good governance in 2019

The Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance 2018 is an important step forward, explains Dr Nechi Ezeako - Executive Director, Institute of Directors, Nigeria

Identifying and managing risk

Making board and management risk committees effective, explains Jim DeLoach - Managing Director, Protiviti

More than data

Businesses need analytics to make faster and more confident decisions but with the human touch, too, explains Dr Mathias Bauer - Partner, Center of Excellence for Data & Analytics, KPMG

Investors confront the tech sector

The shareholder fight to curb ‘surveillance capitalism’ and other emerging risks, explains Michael Connor - Executive Director, Open MIC

Information Governance: Achieving data ethics, privacy and trust

How organisations can make the most of an information governance programme, explains Sonia Cheng - Managing Director & Steve McNew - Senior Managing Director, Technology, FTI Consulting

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