The ecoDa publication lists five pan-European Corporate Governance Guidelines. These are powerful levers setting clear directions aiming at achieving faster change. The objective of this document is to unite European board members around a joint action plan responding to the multiple challenges board members face while defining good practices to strive for.
The five guidelines point to the importance of Corporate Governance Codes, of independent, diverse and competent board members, of efficient collaboration between the board and the executive level, of focusing on ESG as a competitive advantage, and last but not least to keep a dialogue going with relevant stakeholders.
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