Corporate Governance Structures Unique to Each Country
Corporate governance is the backbone of any corporation. Ideally, the governance infrastructure will work to best support a corporation’s unique purposes and needs. Since there is no universal framework for corporate governance, every country follows their own model.
Largely in response to the 2008 financial crisis and the need for stability, all nations share an interest in good corporate governance. While there are pros and cons to each country’s structure, they all bring valuable principles to the table.
Curious how corporate governance structures can differ or overlap? Download this white paper to learn what types of structures these countries are using:
- The United States of America
- The United Kingdom
- The Netherlands