Facing the challenges of corporate governance

Corporate governance is a necessary component in running a business in every sector, locally and internationally. There is an increasing number of rules affecting business, meaning boards needs to adapt by introducing changes and adopting guidelines. With our Corporate Governance Centre, we are able to offer in one place a comprehensive set of solutions to deal with every aspect facing a board.

Roles & Responsibilities of the board

Board composition

Operation & Organisation

Legal

Corporate administration

Tools & Training

Regulatory & Tax

Contact: corpgov@arendt.com

Brochure: download here_

Topical videos:
Regulatory concerns within corporate governance [NEW]
- Governance for the funds industry [NEW]
- The role of independent directors in corporate governance

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Related events and training sessions [NEW]:

Constant trainings of the board members and the other employees are essential to give them a clear understanding of their duties and responsibilities and to ensure a sound Corporate Governance. Arendt Institute offers a wide range of training sessions which may be of interest to you.

Furthermore, the Corporate Governance Center offers a unique solution to the multiple challenges boards and their members are facing by offering training opportunities specifically dedicated to Board Members & Directors

Corporate Governance Centre in the media:
- Paperjam (11/2019)
- AGEFI (10/2019)
- Paperjam (10/2019)

Other ressources:

- [NEW] Analysis of the European Shareholder Rights Directive II from an investment fund perspective, Francis Kass and Maria Daniela Poli, International Bar Association, Asset Management and Investment Funds Committee publications, (06/2020)
- The European Shareholder Rights Directive II - Impact on Investment Fund  Governance, Francis Kass and Maria Daniela Poli, AGEFI (02/2020)

Covid-19 crisis:

click here to learn more about governance in the context of crisis on the Arendt Covid-19 Solutions platform_

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