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Corporate leaders must have a conscience
Corporate leaders must have a conscience
A limited liability company is an artificial person that is inanimate and incapacitated. Its capacity is provided by its corporate leaders. It has...
Focussed on benefitting members
Focussed on benefitting members
The Transport Sector Retirement Fund (TSRF) differentiates itself from many other funds by its single-minded drive to benefit members. The fund’s...
Shareholders make their voices heard
Shareholders make their voices heard
Shareholders staged protests at a string of company meetings in London last week, including Aviva, National Express and ­Tullett Prebon,...
Shareholders lose out as Anglo delays on dividend
Shareholders lose out as Anglo delays on dividend
Anglo American chief executive Cynthia Carroll and her top lieutenants seem to have dropped the ball in persuading the company's board to approve...
Board bafflements
Board bafflements
South African directors are arrogant, have little knowledge of or respect for, shareholders' rights and often do not understand how the Johannesburg Stock Exchange functions. These factors were recently highlighted by a number of company presentations....
Rouse the shareholders
Rouse the shareholders
Sixty percent of the more than 400 delegates attending the recent conference of the International Corporate Governance Network in Australia...

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