Carlos Ghosn

23 January, 2019

Ghosn scandal poses big questions for strategic alliances

While the corporate world waits to see whether Carlos Ghosn, the one-time chair and CEO of both Renault and Nissan, can extricate himself from a Tokyo prison cell, his legal travails and those of the ...
board directors

17 January, 2019

Separation of powers makes for healthy board dynamics

Having the right structure at the top of a company is crucial for its success. We at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) think that when a single person is tasked with exercising manageme...
Tokyo skyline, Japan

26 November, 2018

Could Japan’s governance be improving?

Japan, while a major developed economy, has undergone great change in its governance regime in recent years. And for many this is long overdue. Separate pieces of research by GMI and ACCA/KPMG in 2...
Norges Bank

31 October, 2018

Norges Bank declares opposition to combined CEO-chairs

Ever wondered whether your board had the right people in the right roles and committing the right amount of time? Norges Bank, Norway’s investment vehicle for the country’s oil wealth, has weighed...
Carlos Ghosn, Renault

5 June, 2017

French regulator receives complaints over governance at Renault-Nissan

The French markets regulator, the AMF, has received complaints about corporate governance at Renault-Nissan from investor groups expressing worries about potential conflicts of interest and possible...

31 December, 2016

2016: the governance year in review

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Carlos Ghosn, Renault

14 December, 2016

Ghosn to chair Mitsubishi

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17 May, 2016

French president threatens binding shareholder votes

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