TSE Releases Public Comments Submitted Regarding its Corporate Governance Proposals to Restore Confidence in Markets

The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) has releasedmost of the results of its recent public comment process regarding its ownproposed measures to restore public confidence to the securities markets. Because the TSE had only proposed that it publish a handbook to be given to outside board members, many comments focused on the need for the TSE to promulgate rules requiring director training or at least the disclosure of company policy abou it.

Formal title: Summary of Comments Submitted in the Public Consultation Procedure Regarding “Revisions to Listing Rules Regarding Corporate Governance to Restore Confidence in the Securities Market”.

Public comments submitted in English:(click Download Original Asset at lower right) http://bdti.mastertree.jp/f/cs4ykvea

日本語で提出されたコメント  http://bdti.mastertree.jp/f/7lzw821g                (右下に、「ダウンロード・オリジナル・アセット」をクリック)

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