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Committee events

 

1 - 2 December 2016 - Italy Corporate Governance Conference - Milan

Link to the conference documents

 

3 - 4 December 2015 - Italy Corporate Governance Conference - Milan

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10 April 2015 - OECD Corporate Governance Forum - Istanbul

On 10 April 2015, the Corporate Governance Forum, organized by OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), held in Istanbul, in the context of the G20 representatives meeting. The Forum addressed various topics relating to capital markets, financing of the real economy and corporate governance, also in light of the recent proposal for a revision of the OECD Corporate Governance Principles, published in November 2014. In the session, coordinated by Mr. Mats Isaksson, Head of the OECD Corporate Affairs and concerning growth and development of the SME’s, Mr. Gabriele Galateri di Genola, Chairman of the Italian Corporate Governance Committee (link to the speech),  who emphasized that innovation is the main driver of value creation and growth for enterprises, highlighting that the development of innovation needs a liquid and efficient market. In such respect, as pointed out by Mr. Galateri, corporate governance represents the perfect bridge between companies and investors and financial markets in general. During the session concerning financing of real economy, coordinated by Marcello Bianchi, Chairman of the OECD Committee for Corporate Governance, spoke, among others, Carmine Di Noia, Deputy General Director at Assonime and Coordinator of the Technical Secretariat of the Italian Corporate Governance Committee, who emphasized the usefulness of the recommendations contained in the OECD Principles for all companies, listed and unlisted, indicating however the opportunity to calibrate these principles, distinguishing between issuers listed on premium markets and those listed on standard markets, or introducing a simplified regime for SMEs whose shares are traded on MTFs, such as AIM Italy and UK.

Last update:  December 23 2016 - 13:17


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