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Remuneration

From salary sacrifice to the new Consob rules: it’s going to be the year of the remuneration committees

The crisis is producing unprecedented impacts. In addition to the effects on healthcare, those on the economy are just as significant.

gender diversity

Women on the boards and in management of listed companies: an international comparison

Since 2011, the year in which the Golfo-Mosca law was introduced, increasing attention has been paid to the question of gender diversity. This law stipulates that the less-represented gender be at least one-third of the members of the board of directors. The article by Valerio De Molli, Marco Visani and Beatrice Tarabelli.

Coronavirus

The impact of the coronavirus on the European economy

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April 3, 2020

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

THE 2019 “SNAPSHOT” OF THE GOVERNANCE OF ITALY’S LISTED COMPANIES

The 2019 Report of the Observatory on Corporate Governance Excellence in Italy by the European House – Ambrosetti, now in its 15th edition, was presented in Milan.

corporate governance

The 2018 “snapshot” of the governance of Italy’s listed companies

The 2018 Report of the Observatory on Corporate Governance Excellence in Italy by the European House – Ambrosetti, now in its 14th edition, was presented in Milan.

Press Review

When It’s Governance That Creates Value

The Observatory on Corporate Governance Excellence in Italy, established by The European House – Ambrosetti with the aim of coming up with concrete proposals for improving the corporate governance of Italian companies, conducted the third edition of a survey of a qualified sample of national and international institutional investors who manage overall more than 4.4 trillion euros, asking them in particular what criteria they adopted in selecting potential targets to invest in.

corporate governance

OBSERVATORY ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE EXCELLENCE IN ITALY - FINAL REPORT 2017

According to the Index of Governance Excellence prepared by The European House – Ambrosetti, the quality of governance of the main listed companies continues to improve, whereas, in the case of others, the room for improvement is still considerable.

Smart Contract

Service Contract Governance and the impact of IoT

The breakneck development of the Internet of Things brings within it ever-greater vulnerability for companies, requiring more meticulous management of sensitive data and enhanced information risk management. Who is liable in the event of damages?  Who designed the system? Who maintains it? And, finally, who authorized its use, thus assuming responsibility for any ensuing risk?

corporate governance

Observatory on Corporate Governance Excellence in Italy - Final Report 2016

According to the Index of Governance Excellence prepared by The European House – Ambrosetti, the quality of governance of the main listed companies continues to improve, whereas, in the case of others, there is still work to be done.

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governance

Overcoming Short-Termism: Not Just a Problem of Quarterly Reports

The new European rule, implemented in our country, calls for elimination of the obligation to publish quarterly reports but this might not be the solution for reducing focus on the short term.