These sessions mapped the essence of creating better governance
, said Yogendra Narain, Secretary-General of India's upper house of Parliament, the Rajya Sabha.
That leaves the institutional investors to lead the corporate governance
charge, which they have done with greater frequency since the early 1990s.
of mutual insurers is also an area of growing concern.
Responding to nudges by academic and institutional investors to pay greater attention to corporate governance
practices, more CEOs are attending such seminars.
Broadly speaking, corporate governance
can be viewed as the relationship among various participants in determining the structure and direction of corporations on the most basic level.
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They issued a communique entitled, Caux declaration on good governance
and the global village.
Now, Brown said, "IFAC is working to identify the governance
framework in which these standards can best be applied.
Packed with friends and family and devoid of both experience and objectivity, most dot-com boards don't make the corporate governance
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Enron's collapse and the serious corporate control implications that accompanied it are having a profound impact on how organizations view their corporate governance
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