Summary – Japan at the Tipping Point: Japan’s New Corporate Governance Code and the Third Arrow Reforms

In view of its historical importance and expected impact as the primary policy in the Third Arrow of Japan’s growth strategy, I have put together a Powerpoint summary about the draft corporate governance code and its implications against the backdrop of Japan’s growth strategy.

The summary covers:

1) The genesis of these policies: how we got here;
2) The issues the corporate governance code is intended to address; and
3) What sort of issues remain, and the implication of the reforms for the future.

If you have any questions, by all means feel free to contact me at nbenes@bdti.or.jp .

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