Corporate Governance and Directors' Duties multi-jurisdictional guide

The Corporate Governance and Directors' Duties multi-jurisdictional guide brings together practical information on topical cross-border Corporate Governance and Directors' Duties issues and country-specific Q&As on Corporate Governance and Directors' Duties law and practice.

Each country-specific Q&A features a standard set of questions relating to Corporate Governance and Directors' Duties law and practice. The Q&As give a structured overview of the key practical issues, including rules relating to directors, company meetings, internal controls, accounts, auditing and the role of institutional investors and shareholder groups.

In addition, answers to questions can be compared across a number of jurisdictions to assist in the management of cross-border transactions (see Country Q&A tool).

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PLC would like to thank the following firms for the excellence of their contributions: Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, Boekel De Nerée NV, Buddle Findlay, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Cox Hallett Wilkinson Limited, Dryllerakis & Associates, Kunz Schima Wallentin Rechtsanwälte OG, Mitrani Caballero Ojam & Ruiz Moreno, Matheson, Nishimura & Asahi, Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale, Sayenko Kharenko, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP, Spigt Dutch Caribbean (Attorneys at Law & Tax Advisers), Soemadipradja & Taher, Stephenson Harwood, Tavernier Tschanz, Thanathip & Partners Legal Counsellors Limited, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP.

 
Title / Relevance Resource type
Country Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Argentina: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Australia: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Austria: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Bermuda: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in China: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Curaçao: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Greece: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Hong Kong: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Indonesia: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Ireland: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Italy: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Japan: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in New Zealand: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Norway: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Singapore: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in South Korea: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Switzerland: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Thailand: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in The Netherlands: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Turkey: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in Ukraine: overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in the UK (England and Wales): overviewCountry Q&A
Corporate governance and directors' duties in the United States: overviewCountry Q&A
Cross-border chapters
Disclosure of executive remuneration in the UK: recent developments and US comparisonCross-border chapters
Executive pay and the "two strikes rule": is board stability at risk in Australia?Cross-border chapters
Government-owned companies: ensuring good corporate governance in CuraçaoCross-border chapters
LLC directors in Saudi Arabia: do they have fiduciary duties?Cross-border chapters
Recent corporate governance reform trends in JapanCross-border chapters
Feature tables
Executive remuneration: International comparison of required approvals and disclosureFeature tables
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