On 22 November 2022, the OECD Corporate Governance Committee designated its Chair, Vice-Chairs and Bureau for 2023.
The incumbent Chair, Mr Masato Kanda, Vice Minister of Finance of Japan, will continue to chair the Committee.
The Committee designated two new Vice-Chairs, Mr. Rodrigo Buenaventura, Chair of Spain’s National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), and Mr. Nick Tabor, Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Financial Markets in the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Ms. Chiara Mosca, Commissioner at Italy’s Companies and Stock Exchange Commission (CONSOB) will continue to serve as Vice-Chair.
The Committee also designated a new Bureau member, Ms. Vassiliki Lazarakou, Chair of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission (HCMC). Israel, Sweden and the United Kingdom will continue to serve as Bureau members.
Finally, Mr. João Pedro Nascimento, Chair of Brazil’s Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM) was designated to serve on the new extended Bureau dedicated to discussions on the G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and open to non-member Associates in the Committee.
Role of the Committee
The Corporate Governance Committee:
Composition of the Committee
52 jurisdictions participate in the Corporate Governance Committee:
The Financial Stability Board (FSB), International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Word Bank participate in the Committee as Observers.
Leadership of the Committee in 2023
Chair: Mr. Masato Kanda, Vice Minister of Finance for International Affairs, Japan
Extended Bureau: Mr. João Pedro Nascimento, Chair, Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM), Brazil
› For further information about the Corporate Governance Committee, please contact Serdar Çelik, Head of the Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Division (CorporateGovernance&[email protected]).