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Stephen Lumpkin

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

Chapter 9: Governance of and by Institutional Investors in the OECD Area*

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Governance of and by Institutional Investors in the OECD Area*
Governance of and by institutional investors in the OECD area
StephenLumpkin
Introduction and Summary

This report presents a simple comparative review of governance regimes for institutional investors in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) area. For purposes of illustration, the results are presented by category of institutional investor, looking first at aspects of their own governance regimes, and then at their conduct of governance activities as investors.

Governance frameworks for institutional investors in the OECD area have certain basic components in common, but the specifics vary across countries and across types of institutional investors. The common components include well-defined legal and regulatory environments, official supervisory oversight, accepted standards of behavior with specific responsibilities assigned to certain designated ...

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