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How will UK corporate governance reforms affect company directors?

By Donna Goldsworthy & Emma Freudenthal,   United Kingdom Proposals to enhance transparency obligations and increase sanctions for non-compliance mean directors should be thinking about the robustness of their corporate governance and financial management processes. The UK government recently announced plans to overhaul the UK corporate governance and audit regime. These reforms are intended to improve…
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Arnold Schwarzenegger-Schnitzel on the secret to success

Arnold Schwarzenegger is nothing less than a myth. Started as a poor boy in Austria, he had a dream to become an world champion and an actor. He achieved everything he aimed for and much more. this is his monologue about the secrete to success, which is both inspiring and amusing. it is of course…
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The changing board: None Executive directors’ skills

What would be the most required skills of a None Executive Director for the next five years on a Board level? Would it be the ability to manage risks? The main takeaway from the last financial crisis? Maybe the ability to cope with increased governance? What about soft skills? Harvey Nash asked 480 None Executive…
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Substance requirements for Dutch companies

Source/ Author: Houthoff Buruma law firm The following short article deals with the substance requirements for a Dutch company. These are the lasts demands by Dutch law and as they have consequences for Dutch firms, we thought it would be essential to share this article on out blog. Background The Netherlands offers a solid combination…
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UK new approach to corporate governance?

A recent information about the intentions of the UK to amend its corporate governance code and modernize it. This is a report form the FT NED club and program. I would like to add to the video below that in my eyes, the Board is not a part of the company, it is an isolated…
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