Published by : State Street Corporation
Called “Focusing on Improved Governance”, it examines the actions that pension funds are taking to strengthen governance – an area identified in State Street’s survey as a focus of urgent action in 2016. By identifying a group of “Governance Leaders” who are taking action on multiple fronts, the report shows that a commitment to improved governance standards can have wider benefits.
Published:20 June 2016
Business Area: Governance and management
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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