The NCCG has published the Sixth issue of the annual National Corporate Governance Report.
The National Report contributors study such topical issues of interest to the business community as the impact of stock exchanges on the shaping of corporate governance standards, compliance with minority shareholders’ rights in Russian companies, the role of corporate governance in anticorruption efforts. A traditional Report topic is the current state of, and the main trends in, corporate governance in Russian state-owned companies. Much attention is paid to analyzing the Board of Directors’ performance, changes in their practice in response to the global financial crisis and their role in the corporate value creation.
PREFACE by Vladimir Yakunin, President, JSC Russian Railways
CHAPTER I. CAN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE BE A CURE FOR RUSSIA’s EPIDEMIC OF INVESTOR RISK PERCEPTION?
CHAPTER II. THE ROLE OF THE MOSCOW EXCHANGE IN SETTING CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STANDARDS ON THE RUSSIAN CAPITAL MARKET
CHAPTER III. STATE-OWNED COMPANIES: PARTICULAR FEATURES OF LEGAL REGULATION AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
CHAPTER IV. SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN FOREIGN FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT
CHAPTER V. GLOBAL BOARD PRACTICES SHOW EVIDENCE OF EVOLUTION
CHAPTER VI. THE ROLE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN FIGHTING CORRUPTION
CHAPTER VII. KEY ISSUES OF MINORITY SHAREHOLDERS’ RIGHTS IN RUSSIAN COMPANIES
CHAPTER VIII. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENT TRENDS IN CIS COUNTRIES
The annual National Corporate Governance Report is published since 2008 at the initiative of the NCCG Chairman Vladimir Potanin. It provides a comprehensive overview of current situation with major aspects of corporate governance in Russia and key developments in companies’ practices and law enforcement.