• 04.07.2018 The International Family Enterprise Research Academy

    Annual Conference 2018 Zwolle

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  • 24.06.2018 ICGN Conference

    Annual Conference 2018

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  • 14.06.2018 10th Nordic Corporate Governance Network Conference

    June 14 -15, University of Gothenburg

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  • 18.05.2018 14th WORKSHOP on Family Firm Management Research

    Entrepreneurial families across genrations

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  • 06.11.2017 14th Workshop on Corporate Governance.

    EIASM Brussels

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  • 03.09.2017 3RD ANNUAL ICGS CONFERENCE

    Corporate power and Corporate Governance: Balancing value creation with stakeholder accountability

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  • 30.06.2017 Directors and Officers

    Directors Database

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  • 01.10.2016 2nd Conference of International Society of Corporate Governance.

    Boston 1 - 2 October 2016

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  • 30.12.2014 European companies lack board chair independence

    Independence of chairman and directors in France and Spain is among lowest in Europe, according to ECGS Boards of directors of European companies have ‘satisfactory’ levels of independence but fewer than half of board chairmen meet common standards of independence, according to a study by the Expert Corporate Governance Service (ECGS).

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  • 25.09.2014 Hong Kong, Singapore Take Lead in Asia Corporate Governance

    By KOSAKU NARIOKA Hong Kong and Singapore held on to the top spots in a new ranking of corporate governance in Asia while Japan advanced to third place, knocking Thailand down. The ranking compiled by a non-profit Asian Corporate Governance Association and brokerage CLSA Ltd. evaluates a range of governance related subjects, ranging from rules and practices, enforcement, political environment, to accounting and auditing.

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  • 16.09.2014 U.K. Steps Up Rules on Corporate Governance

    British listed companies will have to make a broader statement of their long-term viability under controversial changes to corporate governance rules to be unveiled Wednesday. The reforms, which came under heavy criticism during consultation, will require a board to go beyond the current statement that a company is a “going concern” and has enough cash or access to capital to survive for the next 12 months.

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  • 15.09.2014 Good corporate governance leads to higher stock gains- study

    LONDON, Good corporate governance and a focus on environmental and social issues by companies lead to higher share price performance, according to a new study released on Monday. The study by the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford and Arabesque Asset Management found that such practices lower the cost of capital for a company and ultimately translate into cashflows.

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  • 09.02.2014 Gender-Diverse Boards Draw Investors Advisers Say More Clients Want to Put Money in Companies That Promote Women

    By CORRIE DRIEBUSCH Some investors have found a new cause: promoting a bigger role for women on corporate boards and in corner offices. "We are seeing more demand for values-based investments that use a gender lens," says Jackie Vander Brug, senior vice president at U.S. Trust's portfolio analytics, consulting and institutional group. "We're seeing a set of folks saying, 'These are my values, this is the world I want to live in.' They are saying, 'Why wouldn't we take this into account?' "

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