Earning confidence in a suspicious world

A key component of governance is trust, especially as we live in a world of uncertainty. Trust focuses on relationships and dependence

18th March, 2018
James Kavanagh, Chairman, Corporate Governance Association of Ireland (CGAI)

Even when corporate behaviour is legal in the eyes of the law, the public is watching – and on balance, they don’t like what they see, according to James Kavanagh, Chairman, Corporate Governance Association of Ireland (CGA). “The biggest issue facing our society is trust. Trust as a phenomenon can have several connotations. Whether looking through the lens of economics, philosophy, psychology or sociology, one cannot ignore the many dystopian examples which suggests trust is...

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