The most significant risks facing companies today are not market-related shocks but failures in their own corporate governance. Since the Cadbury Committee in the 1990s set many of the principles that shape corporate governance today there has been considerable effort to embed them within companies.
Perhaps the next hurdle is to shift thinking from seeing corporate governance as a compliance exercise to understanding the role it plays in driving performance.
This is the first paper in a series to help companies respond to evolving corporate governance requirements.
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