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|The Malaysian code on corporate governance|
|Written by Ratna Devi|
|Tuesday, 05 October 2010 20:48|
The Malaysian Code on Corporate Governance was developed by the Working Group on Best Practices in Corporate Governance (JPK1) and subsequently approved by the high level Finance Committee on Corporate Governance.
The need for a Code was inspired in part by a desire for the private sector to initiate and lead a review and to establish reforms of standards of corporate governance at a micro level.
This is based on the belief that in some aspects, self-regulation is preferable and the standards developed by those involved may be more acceptable and thus more enduring. click here to access the code. Or go to http://www.sc.com.my/eng/html/resources/inhouse/mccg.pdf
|Last Updated on Thursday, 07 October 2010 02:56|