Corporate Governance is defined by the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) as a series of relationships between management, the board of directors, the shareholders of a company and other stakeholders [OECD, Principles of Corporate Governance, 2004].
Through these relationships, the goals of the company are set, and the strategy and means to pursue those goals are defined and implemented.
What sets us apart:
- Academics: a master from Stanford University Rock Center for Corporate Governance
- Practical experience in advising boards of directors
We can help and advise you. If you are a small company looking to grow through a more defined role attribution between shareholders, management and board, a family heritage company looking for succession planning advice, or a director or board of directors looking for advice on best practices on ordinary board management or crisis situations, we will be at your side with a practical, doable approach.