Corporate Recovery: Surviving a tightrope balancing act

Corporate governance is essential for both the public and the profitable businesses, writes Dave Boland.

24th February, 2013
Paul Brady, senior associate, insolvency and commercial litigation group at Lavelle Coleman Solicitors.

Good corporate governance should be its own reward. Not only should it keep directors on the straight and narrow, warding off the attentions of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement in the event of insolvency, it should also help a company to remain profitable, thereby underpinning the business case for maintaining good governance at all times.

Indeed, while the downturn has been characterised largely as financial in nature, it could equally be described...

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