Global Governance Advisors

When is Corporate Governance Important?

Posted by Brad Kelly on May 20, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Most of you should be (figuratively or literally) familiar with Murphy’s Law: “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong,” and throughout history, this saying has been validated time and time again. Therefore, if you ever wonder if or when corporate governance should be considered important, the simple answer should be “ALWAYS.”

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Topics: GGA, Corporate Governance, Best Practices

Risky Business & Board Oversight

Posted by Brad Kelly on Oct 29, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Good board members ask good questions.

Risk exists in every organization and it is a board member’s role to probe until they are convinced that management is not incurring any undue risk or risk that is outside of the boundaries they helped to establish. Board members must be cognizant of the lengthy list of risks that exist. Be it:

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Topics: board of directors, Corporate Governance, Risk Management

Assessing Governance Effectiveness in Pensions

Posted by Brad Kelly on Aug 13, 2018 10:00:00 AM

In the compensation and governance world, it is commonly known that shareholders are relatively quiet when companies are successful and driving returns. However, when things go south, shareholders question more and demand to know how corporate governance can be improved. These demands are accentuated for public pensions. When pension funds are performing well, there is little pressure, but after weathering through the past two recessions and, for some, experiencing co-payment holidays, under-funding status levels are understandably correlated to the increased level of pressure they are experiencing today.

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Topics: GGA, Corporate Governance, Pension Governance