This 7th issue of the Hawkamah Journal is focused on the theme of corporate culture.
Stephen Davis is a senior fellow at the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance and a nonresident senior fellow in governance at the Brookings Institution. He is a member of the Hawkamah Journal editorial board.
Sir David Walker is a global leader in corporate governance. Currently Chairman of Winton Capital, he has been Chairman of Barclays, Chairman of Morgan Stanley international and an executive Director of the Bank of England.
Cyber security can be defined in a number of different ways but perhaps from a business perspective is best described as the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect an organisation’s information assets from compromise – these ass
Governance should be considered a priority to be implemented in companies, and in families where applicable.
At the Financial Reporting Council, we believe that embedding a healthy corporate culture is vital to the long-term success of business, and this is why we are focused on highlighting good practice through the work of the Culture Coalition.
should Internal Audit assess “Culture”? Absolutely! Yes it is not a process per se, but it is also not a ghost running throughout the organisation.
the evidence of the business case for embracing best practice corporate governance is compelling. The tools to help SWFs do so are widely available. The experience of those SWFs that have led on this issue paves the way for others. The financial benefits
The absence of a suitable control environment has led to the failure of numerous major companies, meaning that building solid trust is more important now than it has ever been in the past. This is what stakeholders (shareholders, customers, regulators and