EXCELLENCE IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Posted on 6/10/2019
We are entering a phase in our corporate governance history where more independent directors (IDs) are expected to lead corporate boards with majority voting control at board meetings.
Posted on 5/13/2019
Perhaps the most controversial rule in the recent corporate governance changes has been the strengthening of the “nine-year rule” for independent directors.
Posted on 4/8/2019
Companies have traditionally used the annual general meeting (AGM) as a key platform to seek shareholders’ approval for a range of matters, including annual financial statements, appointment of external auditors, retirement and re-election of ...
Posted on 3/26/2019
THE Securities Investors Association (Singapore) or Sias, and the Singapore Institute of Directors (SID), have come together to produce a guide on best practices for shareholder meetings that represents the perspectives of investors, companies ...
Posted on 3/26/2019
The annual general meeting (AGM) of a company is a time for the company’s board members, management and shareholders to interact.
Posted on 3/22/2019
VIRTUAL Annual General Meetings (AGMs) should mean greater convenience and accessibility for shareholders, but may also make it easier for firms to avoid thorny questions, said stakeholders and experts.
Posted on 3/11/2019
THE directorship landscape in Singapore has gradually shifted in the last few years, nudged by changes in the global business environment and regulatory shifts. With the changes in the Listing Rules and Code of Corporate Governance announced in...
Posted on 2/12/2019
SINGAPORE has its first permanent, industry-led body, responsible for advocating good corporate governance (CG) practices in the city state.
Posted on 2/11/2019
The past year has had its fair share of corporate scandals and breaches of conduct by senior management. Some of these arose out of personal greed but there are also instances where employees brushed aside laws and regulations in order to meet ...
Posted on 1/14/2019
They will still be needed but there will be shifts in board roles, composition and dynamics.