Countries, including Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, have adapted to business environment changes and established corporate governance initiatives that rank among the world’s best, with improvements focussing on oversight, transparency
London, United Kingdom (PRWEB) October 28, 2015
Ethical Boardroom Magazine, the leading journal for global corporate governance issues, has unveiled the Asia and Australasia winners in its annual Corporate Governance Awards. Achieving good corporate governance is high on the agenda for boards in the Asia-Pacific region, acting as a catalyst for both growth and change.
Countries, including Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, have adapted to business environment changes and established corporate governance initiatives that rank among the world’s best, with improvements focussing on oversight, transparency and accountability.
The Ethical Boardroom Corporate Governance 2015 Awards recognise and reward exceptional companies that have exhibited strong leadership in the area of governance to guarantee protection and long-term value for all their stakeholders.
All finalists are publicly-listed companies that have undergone a thorough analysis of 120 governance factors and extensive scrutiny on governance attributes categorised under four pillars - Board Composition, Board Committees, Shareholder Rights and Transparency.
The winners of this year's Ethical Boardroom Corporate Governance Awards: Asia and Australasia are revealed in the new issue of Ethical Boardroom available now. Detailed information on the Award winners in Asia and Australasia can also be found at: http://ethicalboardroom.com/corporate-governance-award-winners-2015-asia-australasia/
Topics also covered in the Autumn issue of Ethical Boardroom, include SEC disclosure rules, director-shareholder engagement, the Yates Memo and the challenge of subsidiary governance.
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