GCG

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AcronymDefinition
GCGGenetics Computer Group
GCGGarden City Group (various locations)
GCGGrand Coalition Government (Kenya)
GCGGain Capital Group (various locations)
GCGGulf Commercial Group (various locations)
GCGGood Corporate Governance
GCGGlucagon
GCGGeneralized Chaplygin Gas (cosmology)
GCGGypsy Chief Goliath (band)
GCGGarden Club of Georgia (est. 1928)
GCGGlobal Consumer Group
GCGGallocatechin Gallate (catechin)
GCGGreat Canadian Grid (virtual network)
GCGGabriel Consulting Group (Beaverton, OR)
GCGGala Coral Group (gambling; UK)
GCGGlobalization for the Common Good
GCGGaiety Cinema Group (Ireland)
GCGGlobal Church of God
GCGGood Catholic Girl
GCGGeneralized Conjugate Gradient
GCGGlobal Change Game
GCGGeological Curators' Group
GCGGiant-Cell Granuloma
GCGGuidance Control Group
GCGGwaen Cae Gurwen (South Wales village)
GCGGreat Ceasar's Ghost (band)
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Commissioner John Price said, Shareholder engagement is a cornerstone of good corporate governance and annual general meetings are an important opportunity for shareholders to hold their board and, through the board, company management to account for a companys performance.
Confidence is built on trust and investor trust is earned by companies with good corporate governance standards and practices.
In chapter 8 on Boardroom Practices, author emphasizes on the fact that secret of good corporate governance lies in the boardroom practices.
The Bank has in place a set of formal and rigorous policies designed to promote good corporate governance and prevent, detect and rectify any infringements.
Other topics discussed included succession planning for family-owned businesses, and how good corporate governance helps businesses attract new investors.
With Hong Kong being a free and open economy engaging in international business and financial transactions, good corporate governance and professional directorship in addition to a sound regulatory system and advanced financial infrastructure are all vital for maintaining the city's competitiveness in the global market.
The official said that implementing good corporate governance practices would ensure effective, transparent and accountable governance of affairs of an organisation.
The protection and maximization of the interests of shareholders and other claimants, such as pensioners and employees, relies equally on good corporate governance.
The session focused on transparency in the wake of scandals as well as corruption and how corporate governance protects the interests of a company's shareholders and public at large under the theme 'The Challenge of Good Corporate Governance in the 21st Century'.
Our work will be driven by the core principle of good corporate governance," Shaikh Ahmed the meeting.
The main flaw in this premise is that there cannot possibly be one single model of good corporate governance that can be applied equally well to all public corporations; both ownership and corporate maturity must be taken into consideration, and a flexible spectrum of good corporate governance models supported.
Beyond the board level, good corporate governance is key to ensuring proper management control functions are in place -- such as internal audit, external audit, internal control and compliance -- and that shareholder rights are properly defined and protected.