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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Building an agile board in a disrupted world

Help organisations succeed by transforming the way leadership teams work together, explains Nancy Falls - Chief Executive Officer of The Concinnity Company

The six secrets of longevity

By Morten Bennedsen - Academic Director of the Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise - INSEAD & Brian Henry - PhD Research Fellow - INSEAD   There...

Executive compensation: metrics and correlation analysis

It is important to consider several perspectives when identifying or confirming incentive plan performance measures, explains Patrick Haggerty & John Sinkular - Partners at Pay Governance LLC

Leveraging the value of female directors

Why do women directors regularly receive lower peer evaluations than men? The truth is, it has little to do with performance explains Alfredo Enrione - Founder and Director of the Corporate Governance Centre at ESE Business School - Chile & Donna Finley - Managing Partner & Gordon Allan -Senior Associate - Finley and Associates

Fit for duty

The evolving roles and responsibilities of directors in the age of shareholder activism, writes Arthur B. Crozier - Chairman of Innisfree M&A Incorporated and Lake Isle M&A Incorporated

Remuneration and the Shareholder Rights Directive

The impact of the European SRD II on companies’ AGM remuneration votes will vary widely across Europe, explains Daniele Vitale - Corporate Governance Manager, Georgeson, London

Effective shareholder engagement

What shareholders can learn from companies that have implemented successful change, writes Paola Perotti - CEO and Managing Partner, GO Investment Partners LLP

WeWork for Adam Neumann

Without change, shareholders are powerless to deal with any kind of mismanagement, explains Charles M. Elson - Director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance & Laurenz Lankes - Fellow of the Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance

The German activism climate

Investors have proven that shareholder activism can thrive in Germany, explains Amadeus Moeser - Associate Corporate/Private Equity at Sidley Austin LLP

Playing by the rule of law

Compliance in context – we all have a responsibility to pay attention to potential risks, explains Robert Clark - Manager, Legal Research at TRACE

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