Principes de gouvernement d'entreprise

Corporate Governance in the Middle East and North Africa


Established in 2005, the MENA-OECD Working Group on Corporate Governance aims to foster the sound corporate governance of listed and state-owned enterprises through good practice sharing and the evaluation of practice implementation. The Working Group brings together representatives from regional securities regulators, central banks, ministries, stock exchanges, corporate governance centres and other public and private sector key actors interested in further promoting corporate governance in the region. Through peer dialogue and information sharing, the Working Group leverages OECD expertise and co-operation with regional partners, while supporting implementation of the G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance. Efforts in these areas have four main objectives:

  • Driving private sector development,
  • Promoting corporate governance for capital market development, 
  • Improving the governance of state-owned enterprises, and
  • Improving women’s participation in corporate leadership.

Key documents





MENA RPT Guide 2014

Guide on Related Party Transactions in the MENA Region English l Arabic


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Privatisation and Demutualisation of MENA Stock Exchanges


State-Owned Enterprises in the Middle East and North Africa - 180 pixels

SOEs in the Middle East and North Africa: Engines of Development and Competitiveness?
English | Arabic


 Towards New Arrangements for State Ownership in the Middle East and North Africa EnglishArabic


 The Role of MENA Stock Exchanges in Corporate Governance cover page 150x215

The Role of MENA Stock Exchanges in Corporate Governance



Hawkamah Institute

Union of Arab Banks

Union of Arab Stock Exchanges

GCC Board Directors Institute

Union of Arab Securities Authorities

Africa and Middle East Depositories Association



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