Investors and the public at large are dirviing policy change in the wake of the global financial crisis which has revealed far too many shortcomings in corporate governance practice. This article examines the development of corporate governance policy in the UK and Ireland which as, until recently, been closely aligned, and explores the way forward which sees a divergence in approach to ensuring good governance.
|Type||Accountancy Ireland, 42, 6, 56-59|
|Publisher||Chartered Accountants Ireland|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - 31 Dec 2010|
- Corporate governance
- financial crisis