Whats New in Governance

Posted By: Admin, 14 Sep, 2011 - 06:14 am


Read articles and blogs about what is happening in the world of corporate governance:

Simon Murray hits back at Lord Browne:

THE new chairman at Glencore, set to become Britain's biggest-ever flotation next month, has hit back at former BP boss Lord Browne, claiming the Swiss commodities trader has no "corporate governance" problems.

Cevian Hires Former Goverment Minister Myners As UK Chairman:

LONDON (Dow Jones)--Activist fund manager Cevian Capital Tuesday said it has hired former U.K. Financial Services Secretary Paul Myners to be chairman of its U.K. operations, in what it said would tap Myners' "broad and deep experience within U.K. boardrooms."

Firms must prepare for UK approved persons grilling:

LONDON, May 31 (ThomsonReuters Accelus)

Corporate executives and directors in Britain must be prepared for increasingly rigorous interviews by the Financial Services Authority to be accepted as “approved persons” eligible to hold positions of significant responsibility in their firms.

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