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.
The 11th report of the Observatory on Corporate Governance Excellence in Italy was presented on November 17, 2015. The report, prepared in collaboration with ENEL, Gruppo Falck, Intesa SanPaolo, Pirelli and SNAM, was initiated in 2004 to provide concrete information and proposals to promote the attainment of excellence in the corporate governance of Italian companies.
During the presentation workshop, many issues were examined:
The workshop also included presentations by members of the Scientific Committee – Valerio De Molli, Sergio Erede, Guido Ferrarini, Piergaetano Marchetti and Stefano Preda – and a number of business leaders – Francesco Chiappetta, Piero Luongo, Marco Reggiani and Paolo Scaroni. Also represented at the workshop were the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance by Gianfranco Tanzi (Inspector General of the Financial Inspectorate of the Italian General Accounting Office), the Italian Stock Exchange by Gabriele Galateri di Genola (President of the Corporate Governance Committee), CONSOB by Salvatore Providenti, (Central Joint Manager and Head Legal Consultant), the Bank of Italy by Bruna Szego (Head of Regulatory Services) and a foreign institutional investor, Aberdeen Asset Management, by Laura Nateri (Country Head e Head of Business Development for Italy).
Documentation and Press Review
Good Governance attracts capital – by Valerio De Molli and Marco Visani (It.)
Il Sole 24 Ore – December 17, 2015
Governance – Decisive factor for investing – by Marco Sabella (It.)
Corriere Economia – November 23, 2015
Governance, revenge of the one-tier model. “Investors like it” – by Marco Sabella (It.)
Corriere della Sera – November 18, 2015