The Dutch corporate governance committee believes “it’s time to pay more attention to the role and involvement of shareholders, particularly with regard to long-term value creation”.
Dutch Parliament buildings: Binnenhof Palace in The Hague, along the Hohvijfer canal, Netherlands. Image: By Jolanda Aalbers / Shutterstock
Shareholders should have a more active role to ensure better long-term value creation in organisations, according to the Dutch government’s monitoring committee.
In its report on the implementation of the Netherlands’ 2016 corporate governance code, the committee, which has just completed its four-year term, says implementation of the code is going well but points to several questions that the incoming commission should give further attention.
“Now that listed companies are well on their way with the 2016 code, the committee believes it’s time to pay more attention to the role and involvement of shareholders, particularly with r
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