Coporate Governance Essay

4213 Words Jun 4th, 2012 17 Pages
28 May 2012

TERM PAPER

Subject: Corporate Governance

Istanbul Aydin Univeristy
Modern Approaches in Management And Organization
ISM503
Shahla Gafarova
MBA Class
Y1112.130010

Plan of Corporate Governance

1. Introduction………………………………………………..………………………………...........3 2. The UK Approach to Corporate Governance… …..………………………………………....4-7 3. Example topic of Corporate Governance: Starbucks….………………………………….. 8-11 4. Summary………………………………………………… ……….…………………………….12 5. References………………………………………………………………………………………..13

Introduction

“Corporate Governance denotes direction and control of the affairs of a company and it is the relationship between the owners ,directors and managers.”
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The management of the company hence assumes the role of a trustee for all the others.
Fundamentally, there is a level of confidence that is associated with a company that is known to have good corporate governance.
The presence of an active group of independent directors on the board contributes a great deal towards ensuring confidence in the market. Corporate governance is known to be one of the criteria that foreign institutional investors are increasingly depending on when deciding on which companies to invest in. It is also known to have a positive influence on the share price of the company. Having a clean image on the corporate governance front could also make it easier for companies to source capital at more reasonable costs. Unfortunately, corporate governance often becomes the centre of discussion only after the exposure of a large scam.

The UK Approach to Corporate Governance

* The key aspects of corporate governance in the UK * Foreword * The advantages of the UK approach * The development of corporate governance in the UK * The rationale behind the UK approach * The UK regulatory framework * The benefits of the UK approach * The essential features of UK corporate governance

* The key aspects of corporate governance in the UK
A single board collectively responsible for the success of the company.
Checks and balances: * Separate Chief Executive and Chairman. * A balance of executive and

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