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The 5th Turkey PE and M&A Forum 2015, 21st May 2015, Istanbul

The 5th Turkey PE and M&A Forum 2015, 21st May

The Forum will provide an up-to-date analysis of private equity and M&A investment opportunities in Turkey. Key sessions will include: commercial VIEW...
15th Tokyo Roundtable on Capital Market and Financial Reform in Asia

15th Tokyo Roundtable on Capital Market and Financial Reform in

The 15th Tokyo Roundtable on Capital Market and Financial Reform in Asia took place on 11-12 March 2015 at the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)VIEW...
Sustainable Financial Innovation and Leadership Workshop Series:

Sustainable Financial Innovation and Leadership Workshop Series:

Environmental & Social Risk Management: Present and Future Outlook (including Responsible Investment Banking book launch*) Experts discuss effVIEW...
G20/OECD Corporate Governance Forum

G20/OECD Corporate Governance Forum

The OECD Principles of Corporate Governance are currently being revised with a view to supporting sound financial markets that serve the real economVIEW...

Considering the developments in global equity markets over the last two decades and the dramatic loss of confidence in public equity markets, it is vitally important today to remember once again the very basic functions of equity markets and convince both policy makers and also market players of the critical role of capital markets in economic growth and efficient allocation of resources globally. In this regard, Center for Research in Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (CCG) has been established by Boğaziçi University in order to contribute to the research that augments the legal / regulatory content of corporate governance models with more economic / financial content. During the next couple of years, while positioning itself as a bridge between research in developed markets and in emerging markets, the Center will mainly emphasize designing “economic models” of corporate governance, that go beyond mere fiduciary rules and that try to link “rational” applications of good governance leading to increased economic value for corporations in the long-run.

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