Better corporate governance across the globe is likely to be in strong focus in 2016. Not only are investors increasing their scrutiny of boardrooms, but they are under pressure themselves. In the U.K., the financial crisis gave rise to a new investor stewardship code, and many other countries, including Japan and Malaysia, are looking at similar initiatives.
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