What is Corporate Governance?
Corporate governance is "the system by which companies are directed and controlled" (Cadbury Committee, 1992). Worldwide, the definition of corporate governance may include regional nuances, but corporate governance in Canada involves regulatory and market mechanisms, and reconciling the roles and relationships between numerous corporate stakeholders within an organization and the governance goals within a corporation.
Internal governance stakeholders include:
External governance stakeholders include:
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