Corporate Governance

   

Definition: Corporate Governance is the whole of all policies, procedures and rules directing and controlling a company, governing the relationships between its shareholders, (stakeholders), directors and management, as defined by the applicable laws, the corporate charter, the company's bylaws, and formal policies.


   

   

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