Category: Corporate Governance

Launching Corporate Governance in Africa with an emphasis on Kenya

April 28, 2015 by Admin Key development challenges facing Africa All over the world, countries are struggling to expand their economies and improve living standards. This struggle is particularly poignant in Africa, which has, for a long time, been mired in declining economic performance, rising unemployment, deteriorating national infrastructure, inequality and increasing and abject poverty. Persistent internal conflicts and […]

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Towards Better Governance: The Next Stage of Africa’s Journey of Economic Reform

April 28, 2015 by Alassane D. Ouattara For Africa, the importance of good governance has, I think, come to the forefront for two main reasons. The first of these reasons is that after the so-called “lost decade” of the 1980s, Africa seems to have returned to a path of growth. Real annual GDP growth for the region as a […]

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Corporate Governance The APRM definition of Corporate Governance involves all aspects that govern a company’s relations with shareholders and other stakeholders. The APRM’s Objectives, Standards, Criteria and Indicators document defines Corporate Governance as concerned with the ethical principles, values and practices that facilitate holding the balance between economic and social goals, and between individual and […]

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