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Institutional investors" views on corporate governance

Ian M. Ramsay

Institutional investors" views on corporate governance

by Ian M. Ramsay

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Published by Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation, University of Melbourne in Parkville, Vic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corporations -- Investor relations -- Australia.,
  • Institutional investments -- Australia.,
  • Corporate governance -- Australia.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (leaves 42-45)

    StatementIan Ramsay, Geof Stapledon, Kenneth Fong.
    ContributionsStapledon, G. P., Fong, Kenneth., University of Melbourne. Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 45 leaves ;
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19606836M
    ISBN 100734015526

    Institutional Investors, Corporate Governance, and Firm Value K.J. Martijn Cremers and Simone M. Sepe** ABSTRACT In the corporate governance debate, the short-term versus long-term contention has grown into perhaps today’s most controversial topic. In this debate, descriptions of institutional investors tend to present a dichotomic nature. Before assessing the role of institutional investors in corporate governance, we must first define what we mean by the term, corporate governance. Recent research has viewed the concept in different ways. Gillan and Starks () define corporate governance as "the system of laws, rules, and factors that control operations at a company.".

    The corporate governance framework also involves the legal, regulatory, institutional and ethical environment. The modern management is focused on governance practices. Corporate governance refers to broad range of policies and practices which stockholders, executive managers and board of directors use to manage themselves and fulfill their. Read "The Influence of Institutional Investors on Corporate Management and Corporate Governance in Germany A Multi Perspective Analysis" by Sebastian Sturm available from Rakuten Kobo. Diploma Thesis from the year in the subject Business economics - .

    Institutional investor investment strategy: A new Art 3h provides that Member States shall ensure that institutional investors public disclose how the main elements of their equity investment strategy are consistent with the profile and duration of their liabilities, in particular long-term liabilites, and how they contribute to medium to long. Whichever Corporate Governance code you follow, it’s important to engage with all investors, not just the biggest. FRC - Financial Reporting Council Principle 1-D The board should ensure effective engagement with, and encourage participation from shareholders and stakeholders.


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