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A mandatory split between the roles of CEO and Chairman, a mandatory annual shareholders' vote on the remuneration report and boards that should be willing to enter into constructive dialogue with the main company shareholders. On these points, the G20/OECD Corporate Governance Principles need to be strengthened. So says Eumedion in its today's sent contribution to the Financial Stability Board's peer review on the implementation of the G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance.read more
Executive remuneration policy, the authority to issue new shares, anti-takeover devices, risk management and audit reports, taxation and climate risks were the main discussion items before and during the 2016 shareholder meetings (AGMs) of Dutch listed companies. This is one of the conclusions of the evaluation report of the 2016 proxy season, published today by Eumedion.read more
The interests of minitory shareholders at companies with a controlling shareholder should be better protected. A number of proposals for reaching this are included in position paper, published today by Eumedion. The proposals are the result of an extensive consulation with stakeholders on this subject.read more
A disclosure only solution for leases is comparable with ordering lasagne, and instead of getting lasagne, you are supposed to be happy with the individual ingredients being served… thanks, but no thanks. Martijn Bos, Eumedion's policy advisor audit & reporting, on the ongoing discussion on lease accounting. read more
European Corporate Governance Conference
On 25 May 2016, the 18th European Corporate Governance Conference will take place in Santpoort-Noord. The conference theme is: 'Corporate Social Responsibility in the Boardroom: Disruptive Thoughts, Entrepreneurial Action!' Eumedion Chairman Peter Borgdorff will be one of the speakers. For more information and registration: http://csrnl.nl/?lang=en