This 13th Hawkamah Journal focuses on the role of corporate governance in corporate transformation. It features articles on the navigating the governance challenges through the various stages of company evolution from various perspectives.
Family-managed private company; family controlled professionally managed private company; family-controlled public company; jointly-controlled public company; and public company with dispersed ownership.
Organizations are vehicles of change. And yet, there remains so little understanding on how to effectively drive change.
Our corporate values are integrity, innovation, learning and personal growth, and building partnerships, which I believe are all congruent in one way or another with the family’s original values.
In this wide-ranging interview he talks to Peter Montagnon about why companies need to work on their relations with society from which they derive their licence to operate.
Cartica Management, LLC is a concentrated, “active owner” in small and mid-cap companies in the emerging markets, actively engaging with management teams, boards, and shareholders to drive long-term, value enhancing improvements in corporate governance, e
Becoming publicly listed is a major event in the life of a company. An Initial Public Offering of shares (“IPO”) requires months and sometimes years of preparation and hard work on the part of the company’s management and key shareholders, surrounded by a
Shareholders of non-listed companies are typically restricted in making their shares available as they are not trading in organized markets.
Corporate governance codes and reporting are often seen as the province of the listed company. In the UK, the UK Corporate Governance Code, to which premium listed companies must adhere, is a well-known and respected standard.