Sunday, May 24, 0201

Responsible ownership and the financial crisis

Bob Monks discusses responsible ownership in the light of the financial crisis. He proposes that multiple classes of stock would allow interested and responsible owners to exercise good governance. He also draws parallels between the lack invested ownership and the conflicts of interest that arise when there is no oversight of ceo's -- which he says is one cause of the current financial crisis. May 24, 2010.

May 24, 0201 in responsible ownership , Financial Reform , CEO power  |  0 comments  | 
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