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Boards and Shareholders in European Listed Companies
Facts, Context and Post-Crisis Reforms

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Part of International Corporate Law and Financial Market Regulation

Luigi Abete, Massimo Belcredi, Guido Ferrarini, Eddy Wymeersch, Christian Andres, Lorenzo Caprio, Ettore Croci, Daniel Ferreira, Tom Kirchmaier, Jaap Winter, Erik van de Loo, Roberto Barontini, Stefano Bozzi, Maria-Cristina Ungureanu, Luc Renneboog, Peter Szilagyi, Carmine Di Noia
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  • Date Published: October 2013
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107040564

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  • With contributions by distinguished scholars from legal and financial backgrounds, this collection of essays analyses four main topics in the corporate governance of European listed firms: (i) board structure, composition and functioning and their interaction with ownership structure; (ii) board remuneration; (iii) shareholder activism and (iv) corporate governance disclosure based on the 'comply or explain' approach. The authors provide new comparative evidence and analyse its implications for the policy debate. They challenge the conventional wisdom that corporate governance in European firms was systematically dysfunctional. While proposals aimed at increasing disclosure and accountability are usually well-grounded, caution is suggested when bringing forward regulatory changes with respect to proposals targeting specific governance arrangements, especially in the fields of board composition and shareholder activism. They argue that the 'comply or explain' principle should be retained and further efforts should be exercised to enhance disclosure.

    • Deals with the hot topics in corporate life and in the current policy debate
    • Policy analysis is based on up-to-date, post-crisis pan-European data
    • Provides a critical assessment of EU reform proposals, which is relevant to all people involved in the policy debate, both at the national and the EU level
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    • Date Published: October 2013
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107040564
    • length: 452 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.77kg
    • contains: 9 b/w illus. 47 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword Luigi Abete
    1. Corporate boards, incentive pay and shareholder activism in Europe: main issues and policy perspectives Massimo Belcredi and Guido Ferrarini
    2. European corporate governance codes and their effectiveness Eddy Wymeersch
    3. Restructuring in family firms: a tale of the two crises Christian Andres, Lorenzo Caprio and Ettore Croci
    4. Corporate boards in Europe: size, independence and gender diversity Daniel Ferreira and Tom Kirchmaier
    5. Board on task: developing a comprehensive understanding of the performance of boards Jaap Winter and Erik van de Loo
    6. Directors' remuneration before and after the crisis: measuring the impact of reforms in Europe Roberto Barontini, Stefano Bozzi, Guido Ferrarini and Maria-Cristina Ungureanu
    7. Shareholder engagement at European General Meetings Luc Renneboog and Peter Szilagyi
    8. Board elections and shareholder activism: the Italian experiment Massimo Belcredi, Stefano Bozzi and Carmine Di Noia.

  • Editors

    Massimo Belcredi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
    Massimo Belcredi is Professor of Corporate Finance, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. He has written numerous books and articles in the fields of corporate finance, corporate governance, ownership and board structure, law and economics.

    Guido Ferrarini, University of Genoa
    Guido Ferrarini is Professor of Business Law and Capital Markets Law, University of Genoa and Director of Genoa Centre for Law and Finance. Among other important roles, he was an advisor to the Corporate Governance Committee of the Italian Stock Exchange. He has published widely on the topics of corporate governance, financial law, corporate law and business law.

    Contributors

    Luigi Abete, Massimo Belcredi, Guido Ferrarini, Eddy Wymeersch, Christian Andres, Lorenzo Caprio, Ettore Croci, Daniel Ferreira, Tom Kirchmaier, Jaap Winter, Erik van de Loo, Roberto Barontini, Stefano Bozzi, Maria-Cristina Ungureanu, Luc Renneboog, Peter Szilagyi, Carmine Di Noia

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