The crisis is producing unprecedented impacts. In addition to the effects on healthcare, those on the economy are just as significant.
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.
The 11th report of the Observatory on Corporate Governance Excellence in Italy contains an update of past Observatory analysis and analysis of three specific issues: the one-tier model, succession plans and whistleblowing.
According to the Index of Governance Excellence prepared by The European House – Ambrosetti, the health status of the governance of leading quoted Italian companies is improving, although margin for improvement remains regarding remuneration and incentive mechanisms.
Good investment and governance choices are the real drivers for increasing the attractiveness of business and the country for foreign investors.