The Corporate Governance Development Framework (CGDF) is a common approach on how to address corporate governance risks and opportunities in investment operations in emerging markets.
Publish Date: 6/12/15
This paper discusses the corporate governance of microfinance institutions. It aims to draw lessons on governance from research studies, data analysis, and case studies of the failure or success of individual MFIs.
Publish Date: 6/9/15
As part of IFC's ongoing efforts to raise greater awareness of the merits of corporate governance, this publication cites Ho Chi Minh City Securities Corp. and Mobile World Investment Corp. as exemplary models.
This report looks at similarities among successful IoD networks and analyzes the benefits and key takeaways from networks in Latin America, Africa, North America, and Europe to leverage synergies to develop effective and sustainable networks.
Ovaj Vodič predstavlja nadgradnju iskustva Foruma i IFC-a u realizaciji kurseva obuke za privredne novinare i radu na pripremi međunarodno priznatih instrumenata za izgradnju kapaciteta u domenu korporativnog upravljanja i materijala za izgradnju znanja.
Publish Date: 5/13/15
This publication has been produced in collaboration with the European Confederation of Directors’ Associations (ecoDa) primarily aimed at ecoDa’s membership and for supporting IFC’s work in surrounding regions with countries aspiring to understand and follow rules, standards and practices applied in the EU countries but which may be of wider relevance and interest to practitioners, policy makers, development finance institutions, investors, board directors, business reporters, and others.
El buen Gobierno Corporativo hace que las empresas sean más fuertes, más eficientes y más responsables. Las buenas prácticas y estructuras de Gobierno Corporativo ayudan a las empresas a mitigar riesgos, a protegerse contra una
mala administración y a atraer inversiones y capital — brindándoles así ímpetu para el crecimiento.
Publish Date: 3/20/15
This publication focuses on directorship and leadership skills in the boardroom. Written as a a novel, it describes the learning journey of a fictional nominee director Carla. Although the main character is fictional, the events and experiences are based on real-life examples, documented in the annual meeting records of the IFC’s Network of Nominee Directors and other events over the last 10 years.
In our 17th issue you will find the latest research papers, opinions pieces, news and upcoming events. We also feature an interview with Prof. Randall Morck, who highlights the importance of reducing systemic corruption and improving adherence to the rule of law.