Corporate Governance

The term Corporate Governance refers to the system with which joint-stock companies are managed and controlled.

A good level of corporate governance allows maximisation of value for shareholders and, in particular, protects minority shareholders. The success of a company is increasingly linked to its internal and external approval, with a view to offering suitable responses to the stakeholders: employees, shareholders, clients, institutions, and the community. Italian version only.

Last Revised: 15/03/2007