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Corporate governance ppt mba

Corporate governance ppt @ bec doms bagalkot mba BY BABASAB PATIL

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Corporate governance ppt mba

  1. 1. CORPORATE GOVERNANCECorporate Governance
  2. 2. What is Corporate Governance ?Corporate Governance refers to the structures & processesfor the efficient & proper direction & control of companies(both private and public) in the interest of all stakeholders. stakeholders
  3. 3. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE What is Corporate Governance ?- Is a concept; one size does not fit all, HOWEVER:- Basic Principles of Corporate Governance:  Accountability Rights of Shareholders  Transparency Interests of Stakeholders  Fairness Good Faith Diligence  Integrity Trust Disclosure  Responsibility Controls Commitment
  4. 4. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Corporate Governance Framework Governance Principles Legal / Regulatory Codes of Best Practice Stakeholder Relations Self Regulation Ethical Standards Risk Management
  5. 5. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Why Corporate Governance Matters• Enhances performance of companies• Enhances access to capital• Enhances long term prosperity.• Provides a barrier to corrupt dealings- limiting discretionary decision making, increasing oversight, introducing Codes of Ethics etc• Impacts on the society as a whole: Better companies, Better societies.
  6. 6. CORPORATE GOVERNANCEGood Corporate Governance and GoodPublic Governance are complementary“ The proper governance of companies will become as crucialto the world economy as the proper governing of countries”. James Wolfensohn President of WB, 1999
  7. 7. CORPORATE GOVERNANCECorporate Governance-Channel of Growth & Development Country level Sector level Individual firms
  8. 8. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Corporate Governance- Channel of Growth & Development• Increases access to external financing leading to larger investment, high growth & creation of more jobs• Better allocation of resources• Better management creating wealth• Reduces the risk of financial crisis• Better relationship with all stakeholders
  9. 9. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Corporate Governance- Principles for the Public Sector• Generally derived from the private sector• Ensures public accountability• Promotes responsive and accountable institutions• Good financial management of resources• Good stewardship – – Responsibility to protect the wealth of the state and its citizens
  10. 10. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Good Corporate Governance, Good Government & Good Business go hand in hand• Good Governance by Host Country• Good Governance by Private Sector• Good Governance by Investment Promotion Agencies• Good Governance by Investors
  11. 11. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Good Governance by Host CountryTransparent, stable and predictable investment climate:• Appropriate legislation to support investment• Anti corruption measures• Effective , speedy and transparent resolution of disputes• Forum for Investors• Capacity Building
  12. 12. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Good Governance by Private Sector• Institutional Framework• Role of Board of Directors• Management• Risk factors• Transparency & Disclosure• Reputation
  13. 13. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Good Governance by Investment Promotion Agencies• Self Regulation• Transparency & Disclosure• Accountability• Commitment• Sound and Clear Administrative Policies• Stakeholder engagement
  14. 14. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Good Governance by Foreign Investor• Good faith• Business Integrity• Governance Policies• Human Capital• Corruption Practices
  15. 15. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Recommendations• Continued advocacy on the benefits of Corporate Governance• Codes of Corporate Governance for countries• Capacity building• Sourcing of funds to support Corporate Governance development.• Every institution , every stakeholder should provide input into the corporate governance agenda
  16. 16. CORPORATE GOVERNANCEConclusion “ If a country does not have a reputation for strong corporate governance practice, capital will flow elsewhere. If investors are not confident with the level of disclosure, capital will flow elsewhere. If a country opts for lax accounting and reporting standards, capital will flow elsewhere. All enterprises in that country- regardless of how steadfast a particular company’s practices may be- suffer the consequences. Markets exist by the grace of investors. And it is today’s more empowered investors that will determine which companies and markets will stand the test of time and endure the weight of greater competition. It serves us well to remember that no market has a divine right to investors’ capital