This paper provides an account of the Emerging Markets Corporate Governance Research Network (EMCGN) and its first 10 years of activities. It describes the history of the EMCGN, its objectives, structure, and modalities.
A joint project of Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution and the Corporate Governance Group of the IFC explores the causes, nature, and methods of resolving corporate governance disputes. As part of this project, CEDR and IFC carried out a global survey of 191 directors and board members (including IFC Nominee Directors and members of the Private Sector Advisory Group) to find out about their experiences with and attitudes toward boardroom disputes.
Codes and Scorecards encourage private sector commitment to good corporate governance, provide clearer guidance for financial and nonfinancial disclosure, foster better engagement of minority shareholders, and clarify the roles of managers and directors. They provide a way to assess companies’ governance practices and providing opportunities for systematic improvement.
Publish Date: 5/30/14
This publication is a supplement to IFC’s Toolkit 2: Developing Corporate Governance Codes of Best Practice and it provides practical guidance and a step-by step approach on how to develop a corporate governance scorecard.
Publish Date: 5/30/14
The Fourth International Conference on Corporate Governance (CG) in Emerging Markets was organized by the IFC Global Corporate Governance Forum , the Indian School of Business (ISB), and the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR).
Building capacity of business journalists on corporate governance reporting and raising public awareness of the impact it has on businesses, shareholders, and the broader community of stakeholders. Corporate Governance Media Training Fact Sheet
Publish Date: 5/12/14
The 14th issue features articles on income diversion in Russia, CEO accountability in China, governance disclosures in Egypt, ownership dynamics in Chile and the influence of governance in Turkey.
Publish Date: 5/7/14
Private Sector Opinion 33: This paper sets forth some key lessons learned about board assessment, primarily in the United States and the United Kingdom, and explores how that learning may apply to board assessment opportunities around the world.
Only 20% of firms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia have female top managers. IFC’s Corporate Governance Program in ECA promotes the business case for good CG practices and emphasizes business benefits of gender diversity on boards.
Publish Date: 4/23/14
Bản Hướng dẫn này được thiết kế cho các phóng viên và biên tập viên đã có kinh nghiệm làm việc trong lĩnh vực kinh tế và tài chính. Mục đích của ấn phẩm này là giúp các phóng viên phát triển các bài báo về cách thức quản trị công ty và phát hiện các sự kiện có thể gây hậu quả nghiêm trọng đến sự tồn tại của công ty, các cổ đông và các bên có lợi ích liên quan.
Publish Date: 4/22/14
IFC has developed a manual to help companies in the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan improve corporate governance and ultimately boost regional economic growth. The manual is addressed to owners of companies and officials who are interested in conducting assessment of their board of directors.
Publish Date: 4/8/14
Good corporate governance helps firms improve performance, drive growth, manage risks, attract and retain investors, and weather financial crises. To be truly effective, a board requires a diversity of skills, cultures, and views to make smart decisions with lasting impact. A growing body of research shows that a broad set of business benefits is associated with gender diversity on corporate boards.
Publish Date: 4/1/14
La guía ayudará a los periodistas a escribir notas de prensa claras y convincentes que examinen cómo se gobierna una empresa. La guía fue producida por el Foro Global de Gobierno Corporativo de IFC en colaboración con el Centro Internacional para Periodistas, una organización que promueve el periodismo de calidad en todo el mundo.
Publish Date: 3/26/14
Une bonne gouvernance d’entreprise rend les entreprises plus robustes, plus
efficaces et plus responsables. Par la mise en place de bonnes structures et de bonnes pratiques de gouvernance, les entreprises réduisent leurs risques, se protègent d’une mauvaise gestion et sont en mesure d’attirer de nouveaux investissements et capitaux pour financer leur croissance.
Publish Date: 3/11/14
El informe contiene las conclusiones de la encuesta nacional sobre la realidad y las perspectivas del gobierno corporativo realizada por IFC y la Cámara Americana de Comercio de la República Dominicana.