During the government’s consultation period on corporate governance reform, a series of events in London enabled discussion of a governance model fit for the 21st century. Filip Gregor and Jeroen Veldman summarise the key conclusions.
Over the past year there has been a renewed interest in modernising corporate governance among practitioners and policymakers.
Last week, the UK government published its long-awaited paper on corporate governance, after having launched a public consultation last spring to gather opinions on how to improve the corporate governance framework.
During the consultation period, the Modern Corporation Project at Cass Business S
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