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To reduce corruption and restore confidence in public institutions in the wake of the Arab Spring, governments in the Middle East and North Africa should improve the management and oversight of state-owned enterprises, which often play a major role in their economies.
This publication reviews provisions covering related party transactions and the protection of minority shareholder rights in 31 countries. It includes in-depth reviews of Belgium, France, Italy, Israel and India.
This technical seminar addressed topics related to corporate governance and listing requirements in Russia
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This consensus report by the Asian Roundtable on Corporate Governance defines corporate governance reform priorities and makes recommendations that reflect the specific conditions and needs within Asia. It includes an overview of corporate governance frameworks in 13 Asian economies.
This workshop provided a range of legislative and regulatory options for policy makers and regulators in Indonesia seeking to improve the disclosure of beneficial ownership and control. The discussion focused on key issues of design and did not attempt to set out a detailed blueprint for a disclosure regime.
Women are a critical resource in facing the challenges of our global economy, both as an emerging market and as a significant pool of human talent. This workshop focused on gender equality in education, employment and entrepreneurship.
Joint OECD Corporate Governance Committee and Turkish Capital Markets Board meeting focusing on corporate governance, innovation and value creation.
This publication examines the role of institutional investors in promoting good corporate governance and reviews Australia, Chile and Germany in more detail.
The first meeting of the OECD-India Corporate Governance Policy Dialogue focused on understanding the various facets of related party transactions and designing an appropriate enforcement mechanism for abusive transactions.
The OECD Principles of Corporate Governance are recognised worldwide as an international benchmark for good corporate governance. They are actively used by governments, regulators, investors, corporations and stakeholders in both OECD and non-OECD countries and have been adopted by the Financial Stability Board as one of the Twelve Key Standards for Sound Financial Systems.