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In: Capital Market Reform in Asia: Towards Developed and Integrated Markets in Times of Change

Section III: Emerging Risks and Challenges of Regulation, Supervision, and Corporate Governance

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Emerging Risks and Challenges of Regulation, Supervision, and Corporate Governance
Emerging risks and challenges of regulation, supervision, and corporate governance

This section contains six chapters that deal with the risks and challenges of regulation, supervision, and corporate governance that are central to capital market development. Any discussion of corporate governance invariably begins with the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Principles of Corporate Governance. A background is provided by Jeremy Cooper in his chapter entitled “Corporate Governance: An International Organization of Securities Commissions Perspective.” This is followed by Stephen Lumpkin's chapter on “Governance of and by Institutional Investors in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Area,” which provides a comparative review of governance regimes for institutional investors in the OECD area. Stephen Grenville explores ...

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