Monthly Archives: July 2013

Call For Papers: Board Diversity

A Special Issue and Dutch Central Bank/CGIR Workshop – Board Diversity Keynote Speakers: Ruth Aguilera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Daniel Ferreira, London School of Economics and Political Science December 19th – 20th, 2013, Dutch Central Bank, Amsterdam OVERVIEW: Board

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Is Insider Trading Really a Crime?

“Yes, of course,” might be your response to the question above. That response is correct in view of the provisions against insider trading in the statute books of numerous jurisdictions such as Nigeria, United States of America and the United

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New Corporate Governance Code: Feedback Required

Trinidad and Tobago is on course for a new National Corporate Governance Code. A draft of the code is now available online and open for public comment. According to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Trinidad and Tobago Stock

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Judge caught on tape negotiating bribe to skew justice

According to a report by PREMIUM TIMES, a Nigerian judge serving as the Acting Chief Justice of the Gambia, Joseph Wowo, has been sacked for soliciting a N2.5 million (500,000 Dalasi) bribe from a Dutch businessman based in Gambia in

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