Central banks should close the governance gap

The developments in corporate-governance legislation and regulation in recent years have been driven as much by corporate failures as by the demands of stakeholders and the financial markets. New markets and developing countries, changing stakeholder aspirations, the demand for cheaper capital, the increased complexity of financial products and transactions, and the breaking down of traditional barriers to international finance have all impacted on how business is transacted and companies

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