Code of Corporate Governance in Nigeria 2011 and International Best Practices on Corporate Governance: Chairman-CEO Duality

The Code of Corporate Governance in Nigeria 2011 (2011 SEC Code) issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission and which became effective on 1st April, 2011, can be said to be the most comprehensive corporate governance legislation in Nigeria at the moment. A perusal of the provisions of the 2011 SEC Code reveals that a lot of efforts went into the production of the Code.

Posted in Corporate Governance Tagged with: , , , , , ,
One comment on “Code of Corporate Governance in Nigeria 2011 and International Best Practices on Corporate Governance: Chairman-CEO Duality
  1. mamahannatu says:

    here, the SEC Code has simply done what CAMA has neglected to do. i hope that subsequent amendements to the CAMA will reflect the dual-board structure that appears to be the style for public companies in nigeria.

1 Pings/Trackbacks for "Code of Corporate Governance in Nigeria 2011 and International Best Practices on Corporate Governance: Chairman-CEO Duality"
  1. […] In this second part of this series reviewing specific provisions of the Code of Corporate Governance in Nigeria 2011 (2011 SEC Code) issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission, we shall be considering the provisions of the 2011 SEC Code on board composition vis-à-vis international best practices on board composition. [See the first part here.] […]

Custom Search

The Corporate Prof.:

Subscribe below to get new posts alerts via email

Enter your email address below and click on the "Click here to subscribe now!!!" button under it to be subscribed to receive notifications of new posts by email.