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Corporate value destruction: economics versus corporate governance

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By: Seamus Gillen, Eureka Financial Faculty I remember once discussing with George Alagiah, long-time journalist and BBC presenter, his views on value destruction. He said he had come to realise that ‘it all boiled down to economics’, which reminded me … Continue reading

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The Role and Duties of the Board of Directors

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By Stanley Epstein, Eureka Financial Defining the role and duties of the Board of Directors When we look at corporate governance we notice immediately that the focal point to which everything flows and from which everything emanates is the board … Continue reading

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Understanding Corporate Governance

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By Stanley Epstein, Eureka Financial Not so long ago a successful company was simply one that was profitable. How that company was managed, the ethics of its owners and management were simply of no interest or consequence to the public … Continue reading

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Eureka Financial launches Corporate Governance Summer School Dubai 2015

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Eureka Financial launches another edition of a very popular Corporate Governance programme. Corporate Governance Summer School 2015 will take place on 25-26 of August in Dubai and is open to all senior professionals from the region and beyond, who are … Continue reading

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Best Practices in Corporate Governance

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Boards are essential for making sure that shareholders are able to properly hold the management team to account. Getting the boardroom dynamics right is the key to success. Is your board well structured? What kind of person should you take on … Continue reading

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Exploring the secrets of the boardroom

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By: Real Business Boards are essential for making sure that shareholders are able to properly hold your management team to account. Getting the boardroom dynamics right is key to success. The CEO, FD and chairman need to work together and … Continue reading

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ERM – Lessons learnt since the financial crisis and where practices are still lagging

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Lessons learnt after the crisis With signs that the global financial crisis is on the wane; five years after the fall of Lehman Brothers  analysts are asking what lessons, if any, have been learnt along the way.  To this end … Continue reading

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Corporate governance becoming key consideration for China PE industry

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By: privateequitywire.co.uk The quality of investments is becoming more important for the private equity industry in China, according to a joint study from Deutsche Borse and CMS Hasche Sigle. As a result of the slowing Chinese economy, of closed IPO … Continue reading

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S&P report on the Gulf Corporate Governance

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By: Nicolas Parasie, The Wall Street Journal According to the latest report by S&P corporate governance among Gulf companies is weak and improving it will be a slow process. Only 2 or 6.3%, of the 32 companies in the Gulf … Continue reading

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Activist Investor Carl Icahn pushes for Apple buyback

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By FT.com Activist investor Carl Icahn stepped up his campaign for Apple to return cash to investors, saying he had made the case to Tim Cook, the chief executive, for a $150bn buyback. Shares in Apple rose 2.2 per cent to $487.12 on Tuesday, as Mr … Continue reading

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