Corporate Governance: Enhancing Shareholder Value (ABSTRACT)
McConomy, B., & Bujaki, M.
published: 2000 | Research publication | Magazine Article
McConomy, B., & Bujaki, M. (2000). "Corporate Govrnance: Enhancing Shareholder Value". CMA Management, 74(8), pp. 10-13.
ABSTRACT: Managers involved with public companies are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of having good corporate governance practices and communicating these practices to investors and potential investors. A corporate governance system can be thought of as the processes and structures used to direct a corporation's business. The Toronto Stock Exchange has established guidelines provide disclosure requirements, and suggest that a firm's board should assume responsibility for stewardship, including strategic planning, risk management and internal control. Corporate governance systems are increasingly being utilized to enhance shareholder value.
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