Pakistan's corporate governance agenda

The governor of the State Bank of Pakistan has outlined an agenda of outstanding corporate governance reforms for the country's banks.

While Dr Shamshad Akhtar believes progress on improving corporate governance in the country has been particularly impressive in the banking sector, he did identify four areas that demand closer attention.

Aktar said the key issues on the agenda are: (i) inequitable treatment of stakeholders; (ii) the dominance of controlling shareholder-directors over board

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