The Council of Institutional Investors calls for IPO companies to abandon dual-class structures. T. Rowe Price takes even bolder stand. MENA, South Africa part of corpgov newsmakers in March.
Financial luminaries Jamie Dimon, Warren Buffett, and the heads of BlackRock, Fidelity, Vanguard, and others have held meetings to work on improving the corporate governance of public companies.
Research on the materiality of nonfinancial disclosures from the buy and sell sides’ perspectives and the New York City Comptroller’s expansion of its “Boardroom Accountability Project” are among corpgov news spanning the globe in January.
Three countries rolled out new codes in December. Another country is producing issuer data reports, and another launched a pilot financial database called CROWN.
From the Toshiba accounting scandal to the Labor Department’s controversial fiduciary rule proposal, 2015 has been an eventful year for capital markets.
What do investors want in compensation disclosure, and what best practices have emerged in recent years? CorpGov experts weigh in, and advise companies to craft their CD&As early.
For investment professionals, a key idea in the discussion of ESG issues is that systematically considering ESG issues will likely lead to more complete investment analyses and better-informed investment decisions.
Because the CD&A is a company’s primary engagement tool with investors, it must tell a company’s compensation story in a concise manner that investors will understand.
Its governance structure looked good on paper, but we know now that Toshiba ineffectively monitored its reporting. How can this be avoided?
Is there a governance angle to VW scandal, and Bank of America shareholders vote to keep dual chairman-CEO role.
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