Consultation on the Green Book on Corporate Governance of the European Commission on the “Comply or Explain” Principle

Now that Japan will adoptthe comply-or-explain principle in its Company Law, evermore relevant: Abstract – How can the existing Corporate Governance mechanisms at the European level be improved? ….This paper discusses some of the answers proposed by the civil society following the Green Book on the topic and the public consultation launched by the European Commission on one of the aspect at the heart of Corporate Governance: The Comply or Explain Principle.

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