Shaping up the Scandinavian Governance Landscape

Corporate governance in Europe has evolved with the introduction of various regulations to shape up the landscape.

In 2007 The Shareholders’ Rights Directive was introduced as a means of strengthening company boards, increasing disclosures and information flow, as well as encouraging shareholders’ oversight. Further notable changes to improve the Scandinavian corporate governance landscape are currently in play.

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