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In this second edition, we can see that corporate governance is becoming a hotter topic with each passing year. What should outside directors know? What systems should they set up for better enterprise risk management? How can chairs create a balance against imperial CEOs? Can lead or senior directors create sufficient balance? Should most outside directors know the business? How much time should they spend on the function? MO< Each country has its own measures; however, the various chapters of this book show a convergence. The concept underlying The Corporate Governance Review is to achieve a one-volume text containing a series of concise, but sufficiently detailed, jurisdictional overviews that will permit convenient comparisons where a quick 'first look' at key issues would be helpful to general counsel and their clients.
Each contributing author is a distinguished legal practitioner in their field, and this review represents an immediate and accessible summary of the most important and relevant developments across the 32 jurisdictions covered.