Governance in the Age of Financial Crises

Use Cases from 2008: General Motors and ING

In the coming corporate bankruptcy crisis, banks and companies perceived as bad actors in society will find their resolution terms to be very harsh. To avoid being diluted or even wiped out, large shareholders and corporate boards of directors must be constantly vigilant in exercising their oversight duties. Stakeholders must enforce policies which require company management to act in a socially responsible fashion.

Thursday, June 25, 2020/Author: Ed Blount/Number of views (1527)/Comments (0)/