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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 5-6 June 2013 - This Roundtable meeting will serve as an opportunity to better understand the particular features and challenges associated with equity market developments worldwide and in particular, corporate governance policies and practices and their relationship to equity market growth in Asia.
The Asian Roundtable on Corporate Governance and the Asia Network on Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises serve as regional forums for exchanging experiences and advancing the reform agenda on corporate governance.
This regional network for policy dialogue on corporate governance provides a platform for discussing corporate governance priorities in the Middle East North Africa region, sharing best practices and evaluating their implementation.
Discussions at this meeting will focus on the first draft of the revised Russian Code of Corporate Governance.
The Russian Corporate Governance Roundtable brings together a network of Russian and international policy makers and private sector decision-makers who are looking to guide corporate governance reform efforts in Russia.
This programme focuses on the pivotal role that corporate governance plays for ensuring that the financial sector can serve the needs of non-financial companies in terms of access to capital for innovation, value creation and growth.
This paper charts the key changes in equity markets over the last decade or so which may affect the conditions for corporate governance. It also provides a brief overview of related policy discussions and selected national initiatives that have been taken as a response to equity market developments.
OECD Corporate Governance Working Papers provide analysis and information on national and international corporate governance issues and developments, including state ownership and privatisation policies.
With growing integration via trade and investment, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that have traditionally been oriented towards domestic markets increasingly compete with private firms in the global market place. This paper discusses the extent of state ownership in the global economy, the advantages and disadvantages that SOEs can face, and how potential SOE advantages can generate cross-border effects.
This Network, focused on the southern African sub-region, supports the development of policy initiatives to improve the corporate governance of state-owned Enterprises in selected African economies.