ALRiM Risk Newsletter 36 - Risk in Corporate Governance
The phrase "corporate governance" is often mentioned in discussions on financial risk management, particularly since the Financial Crisis of 2008. The radical changes that affected financial institutions at that time became symptomatic of issues that impact all corporate entities, regardless of the econoomic sector to which they belong. For this reason, the present issue of the ALRiM Risk Newsletter considers corporate governance in a wider perspective that transcends financial services alone. Recent developments in corporate governance have clearly demonstrated that all corporate entities share similar concerns about transparency, integrity, responsibility and communication among corporate bodies, particularly boards of directors.If you are already a member, please log in to gain full access to all the ALRiM Newsletters. If you are not a member, you can become one by following the instructions on the Web page "Become a member"