Monthly Archives: July 2015

Thoughts on corporate governance

Good corporate governance is about ‘intellectual honesty’ and not just sticking to rules and regulations. Capital flowed towards companies that practiced this type of good governance. Mervyn King Apply yourself. Get all the education you can, but then, by God,

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SEBI Set to Overhaul Disclosure Norms for Better Monitoring

India’s Capital markets regulator, SEBI, will soon put in place a system-driven disclosure regime for listed companies, according to sources. The move is expected to strengthen real-monitoring of insider-trading cases and detect other corporate governance-related lapses. A working group formed

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Risk, ethics and whistleblowing in business

Corporate governance standards have increased significantly in recent years, especially against the backdrop of the lack of accountability in institutions during the global financial crisis. This volume aims to provide a comprehensive insight into what it is like to be

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Companies With Good Governance Practices Are Most Valued

The CEO of the Capital Market Commission (CMC), Archer Mangueira, said on Friday in Luanda that empirical studies from various sources show that companies that adopt good corporate governance practices are most valued by investors. According to the official, who

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Integrity, culture and compliance

Some years back, Lagos State government imposed restrictions on operation of commercial motorcycles (“Okadas”) as means of public transportation. Apart from restricting “Okadas” from major expressways, highways and bridges, Okada riders and their passengers were mandated to wear crash helmets.

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