Country-Level Governance Analysis

Last month's post described  the methodology developed by Standard & Poor (“S&P”) for analyzing
corporate governance practices in countries and companies and generating a
corporate governance score (“CGS”) that reflected S&P's assessment of a
company’s corporate governance practices and policies and the extent to which
these serve the interests of the company’s financial stakeholders, with an
emphasis on shareholders’ interests.  In this month's report we continue the discussion of the S&P model by describing the factors that S&P recommends should be taken into account when conducting country-level analysis of corporate governance practices including inquiries in four main areas: legal infrastructure, regulation,
information infrastructure and market infrastructure.

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