Corporate Governance in Brazil, Russia, India and China

Corporate Governance in Brazil, Russia, India and China

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This paper provides an overview of strengths, weaknesses and recent changes in corporate governance in Brazil, Russia, India and China. 

For each country, the paper presents a thorough analysis of the requirements for company ownership structure, a history of structural requirements, corporate directorship information, auditing practices and relative transparency.  The paper includes a detailed review of the legislative requirements pertaining to corporate governance in each country such as minority representation requirements on corporate boards.  In addition, the paper discusses board independence, auditing and disclosure requirements. 

Corporate governance is an increasingly important issue in these major emerging markets. Companies based in, or looking to operate in each country, must be aware of the historical, legal and cultural environment in meeting their responsibilities to shareholders, forging business relationships with other firms, and attracting new investment.  Firms with a solid understanding of the history and corporate governance structure in these countries will be well equipped to pursue business opportunities, or decide whether to pursue opportunities, in these countries. 

 

Author Information

Czapek Research Ltd. is a research consulting firm with branches involved in historical and modern archival research.  Headquartered in London with a branch office in Jerusalem, Czapek Research Ltd. advises clients in locating relevant documentation and data. Potential applications include establishing precedents, investigating the history of potential business partners, merger targets and asset structures or investigating historical and cultural issues concerning potential expansions into new target markets.

Length: 31 pages

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