Tag Archives: Corporate Governance

The Financial Industry Is Ushering in a New Discipline of Ownership

The finance industry has reached a tipping point, according to Stephen Davis, where asset owners are shifting from passive ownership to embracing their roles as responsible stewards for the industry. Read More

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Asia and the Future of Finance: Restoring Trust Is an Urgent Task

Asia holds an eminent position in the post-crisis global financial order — and has a large stake both in restoring trust in the financial system and in shaping its future. Read More

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From Bust to Boom: Southeast Asia’s Capital Markets Getting It Right This Time

Without doubt Southeast Asia is on the ascendancy, largely a result of relative political stability in the region. Read More

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Michael Woodford and Financial Fraud in Japan

Michael Woodford, former CEO of Olympus, says Japan’s culture of deference and obedience enables financial fraud. Woodford will be speaking in Singapore at the 66th CFA Institute Annual Conference. Read More

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