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Corporate Governance and Investing Institutions

by AppliedCG

Corporate Governance Codes have been largely focused on big public companies but what about the investing institutions that own them?  How should we assess their Corporate Governance?

Our Applied Corporate Governance approach is to define the key stakeholders and ask them how they view the organisation concerned against our Five Golden Rules of good corporate governance. The Five Golden Rules are straightforward: an ethical approach, a clear goal shared by all key stakeholders, a strategic approach to management, an organisation fit to deliver the goal, and transparency and accountability by management to the stakeholders. However, defining the stakeholders and weighting their importance may not be as easy as at first might appear. This article is intended to explore the issues, expose some of the…

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