The 13th issue presents articles on impact of corporate governance on bank capitalization strategies around the world, compensation disclosure in Brazil, impacts of corporate governance on the performance of Singaporean companies and more.
This paper reviews the debate starting with the classic corporate governance argument about shareholder rights. It discusses the potential incentives to exploit other stakeholders unduly and examines some mechanisms to cope with this exploitation.
The need for sound governance of banks worldwide has never been stronger. This Guide is an introduction for the directors of non-complex banks whose main business is to take deposits and provide loans.
Media training organizations and practitioners joined with IFC staff to strategize on future steps to deepen and expand IFC Global Corporate Governance Forum’s program for training reporters and editors on how to cover corporate governance issues.
The Global Corporate Governance Forum supports regional and local initiatives to improve corporate governance in middle- and low-income countries in the context of broader national or regional economic reform programs.