Rt. Hon. Robin Leigh-Pemberton PC: Introduction
Part I: An Overview of the Corporate Governance Debate
1: Eddy Wymeersch: The Corporate Governance Discussion in some European States
2: Dan Prentice: Some Aspects of the Corporate Governance Debate
Part II: The Role of Financial Disclosure
3: Sir Adrian Cadbury, Chairman of the Committee on Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance: Highlights of the Proposals of the Committee on Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance
4: Paul Rutteman: Corporate Governance and the Auditors
Part III: The Role of the Institutional Shareholders
5: Paul Davies: Institutional Investors in the United Kingdom
6: Lord Alexander of Weedon QC: Corporate Governance - the Role of the Banks
7: Paddy Linaker: The Institutional InvestorDSInvestment from M & G's Viewpoint
Part IV: The Role of Takeover Bids
8: Martin Lipton: Takeover Bids and United States Corporate Governance
9: Alan Paul: Corporate Governance in the Context of Takeovers of UK Public Companies
10: Theodor Baums: Takeovers vs. Institutions in Corporate Governance in Germany
Part V: The Role of Litigation
11: Geoff Stapledon: The AWA Case: Non-Executive Directors, Auditors and Corporate Governance Issues in Court
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International Corporte Law
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International Company & Commercial Law Review
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