The secret to good corporate governance

No longer the preserve of larger companies, good corporate governance is not a box-ticking exercise – it's about doing the right thing, writes Margaret O’Brien

19th March, 2017

Corporate governance started its ascent up the corporate agenda in response to scandals such as Enron that rocked the corporate world at the end of the last century.

In recent years, the relevance and benefits of good corporate governance have started to resonate not only among larger companies, but increasingly small companies are adopting some of the guiding principles.

James Kavanagh, managing director of Trustee Decisions and current president of CGAI (Corporate Governance Association Ireland),...

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