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Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets

08 Dec 2011

Hong Kong

New Thinking on the Impact of Strong Corporate Governance on Sustained Growth, Firm Value and Economic Confidence    


As part of its long term programme on corporate governance in emerging markets, the International Centre for Financial Regulation, with the support of the British-Consulate General, held a one day conference to present some of its new research on this topic and to discuss the outcomes of the high level roundtables held in the Middle East and South Asia earlier in the year. 

The conference was staged at the British Consulate-General, 1 Supreme Court Road, Hong Kong on 8 December 2011 and we were delighted that UKTI and the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office continued to support our programme in this crucial area of regulation and reform.

The ICFR was particularly interested in developing a clear understanding of both the macro-economic and micro-economic benefits of robust yet practical governance structures.  For a corporation does good governance have a long term demonstrable effect on board performance, company performance and firm value? For an economy, how can effective governance widen and deepen financial markets by improving attractiveness and reducing risk for investors?

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