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Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance 
Companies are looking to build better boards with a mix of well-qualified male and female directors representing a range of perspectives, experience, and background.
Colombian companies got an inside look at best practices in corporate governance when IFC recently co-hosted one of the country's largest forums on the subject.
In Jordan, like the rest of the Middle East and North Africa, most corporate boardrooms are dominated by men. But a new study from IFC suggests that companies would do well to change that.
Ebru Koksal is a groundbreaker. In September 2015, the global investment banker became the first woman appointed to the board of MNT, a leading Turkish provider of molecular imaging and oncology services and an IFC client since 2012.
PROMINENT LATIN AMERICAN COMPANIES HAVE RECOMMITTED THEMSELVES TO IMPROVED CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND PROMOTING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR GOVERNANCE ENHANCEMENTS.

About Corporate Governance

 

Corporate governance refers to the structures and processes for the direction and control of companies. Corporate governance concerns the relationships among the management, Board of Directors, controlling shareholders, minority shareholders and other stakeholders. Good corporate governance contributes to sustainable economic development by enhancing the performance of companies and increasing their access to outside capital.

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