Global Corporate Governance Forum, a progress report: Winter 2010

by the Global Corporate Governance Forum, December 3, 2009.

Rachel Kyte, IFC’s Vice President, Business Advisory Services and a member of the Management Team, underscores the importance of corporate governance principles andpractices following the financial crisis.
The Forum launches a major new initiative targeted at banks’ board directors to deepen their knowledge and thereby reduce their institutions’ vulnerability to future financial crises. This project is made possible by generous contributions from Austria, Luxembourg, and The Netherlands.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development explains the value of its Forum partnership.
Twenty-five papers were presented at the second biannual conference to examine corporate governance in developing countries and emerging markets.  Two members of the international faculty leading “train the trainers” sessions in Africa share their “lessons learned.”
Bulgaria launches a corporate governance commission as the scorecard approach gains momentum in its use by the country’s stock exchange and an investors’ group.
The governments of Japan and Flanders are supporting the Forum’s work, respectively, in India and Malawi.
The Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance at the Yale School of Management honored three Forum partners as “rising stars.”
New Forum publications provoke thinking about the uses and limits of conventional corporate governance instruments…(read more by cliking here)

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