29 June 2020 - Does board diversity contribute to transform companies into more sustainable, valuable and responsible actors—and if it does, how? How can diverse boards ensure that companies can create value and effectively navigate mega trends such as digitalisation, climate change and greater stakeholder demands for purposeful business? This virtual discussion addressed these questions.
24 June 2020 - This webinar covered China’s proposed Central Bank Digital Currency (DC/EP), its new Blockchain-based Service Network (BSN), some of the interesting commercial applications being developed, from insurance to supply chains, as well as the role the government is playing in fostering blockchain innovation, as well as the policy and regulatory environment.
The OECD will conduct an online launch of the publication State-Owned Enterprise Reform in the Electricity Sector in Ukraine and kick off Ukraine’s adherence review against the OECD Guidelines on Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises.
This review identifies 19 recommendations as priority areas for reform addressed to Ukraine's role as owner/shareholder, policy maker and regulator in the electricity sector.
This policy note provides an overview of such measures that individually or in combination may be used to bridge the financing gap for the corporate sector and make sure that productive capacity is maintained to support the recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.
19 May 2020: The 2020 Global Forum will be held virtually and in two parts. The first part on 19 May 2020 will focus on how governments and businesses can use an responsible business conduct approach to address the COVID-19 crisis and build more resilient supply chains.
The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises recommend that enterprises conduct due diligence in order to identify, prevent or mitigate and account for how actual and potential adverse impacts are addressed. This Due Diligence Guidance provides practical support to enterprises by providing plain language explanations of due diligence recommendations and associated provisions.
This capital market review of Italy offers policy recommendations to improve the Italian institutional and regulatory framework in a way that will give Italian business better access to funding and households more opportunities to diversify their savings.
Les réformes structurelles de ces dernières années en Italie ont permis de redresser la situation financière du secteur des entreprises et concouru à une reprise économique graduelle. Cependant, l’économie italienne accuse encore un retard par rapport aux autres grandes économies européennes.
The Secretary-General of the OECD, Mr. Angel Gurría, will be in Rome on Friday 31 January 2020 to present the OECD Review of Italian Capital Markets “Creating Growth Opportunities for Italian Companies and Savers”.