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Over the past few years, most Asian jurisdictions have substantially revamped their laws, regulations and other corporate governance norms. However, enforcement remains a significant challenge and “an unfinished agenda”. This publication offers a unique snapshot of how corporate governance is being enforced in Asia. It provides policy makers, judges, investors, board members and stakeholders with cases studies and analysis that
The OECD Steering Group on Corporate Governance co-ordinates and guides the Organisation's work on corporate governance and related corporate affairs issues, including state-owned assets, company law, insolvency and privatisation.
The South Eastern European Partnership on Accountancy Development (SEEPAD) is a regional accountancy reform initiative comprised of the principal accounting and auditing associations in SEE. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the EU Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe sponsor and support the SEEPAD initiative and its accountancy reform
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This paper reviews the trends in and impacts of private equity and investor-led buy-outs in OECD countries. The evidence is derived principally from the CMBOR database and studies based on this dataset. Additional evidence is provided by a review of the relevant literature.
The Global Network for Corporate Governance of Non-Listed Companies was launched at the International Experts Meeting held in Istanbul in April 2005. The Network brings together policy-makers and practitioners from around the world to better understand global corporate governance challenges for non-listed companies.
This meeting, held in Paris on 22 June 2007, discussed the challenges and opportunities for corporate governance in private equity-backed companies both in OECD and non-OECD countries, particularly what specific implications they have on public policy.
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Louis Bouchez and Alexander Karpf summarise the OECD's work to date on corporate governance and dispute resolution in an article included in The Quality of Corporate Law and the Role of Corporate Law Judges.
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On 14-15 December 2006, senior policy-makers, experts, and representatives of the private sector from Russia and OECD countries met to discuss progress as well as remaining challenges in improving corporate governance and transparency in Russian state owned enterprises.
The basis for discussion was a “Concept Paper on Corporate Governance Development of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in Russia”, which had been commissioned by the
Companies can boost their stock market valuations and lower their cost of capital through improved reporting of intellectual assets and value creation strategies that overcome the limits of accounting standards, according to a report by the OECD.
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Companies can boost their stock market valuations and lower their cost of capital through improved reporting of intellectual assets and value creation strategies that overcome the limits of accounting standards. While there is an important role for governments and standard setters in underpinning such improvements, the OECD cautions against rigid standards in this complex and evolving area.