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Gobierno Corporativo

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“El GC abarca un conjunto de relaciones entre la administración de la empresa, su consejo de administración, sus accionistas y otras partes interesadas. Proporciona la estructura para fijar los objetivos de la compañía y los medios para alcanzar esos objetivos y supervisar el desempeño”.
- Principios de Gobierno Corporativo de la OECD, 2004.
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    Agency Costs and Institutional dominated share ownership: activists and governance
    joaquinbarquero.wordpress.com Summary: Institutional Investors (II) -such as mutual funds- are rational while not doing research and issuing shareholder proposals; activists and hedge funds may have a role issuing those...
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    The Classified Board Duels
    clsbluesky.law.columbia.edu Professor Lucian Bebchuk has engaged in two rounds of law-review-article duels with Professor Martijn Cremers and Professor Simone Sepe over classified boards. The weapons were statistics (and...
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    Mutual Fund Advisors’ “Empty Voting” Raises New Governance Issues
    clsbluesky.law.columbia.edu The creation of the mutual fund will go down as one of the greatest innovations in financial history. It has provided tens if not hundreds of millions of unsophisticated and uninformed stock...
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    Corporate ethics boost confidence in Spain | Ethical Boardroom
    ethicalboardroom.com By Ana María Martínez–Pina García - Vice Chairperson of the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV)             Ensuring corporate transparency and the smooth running of corporate boards, as well as fostering competitiveness, has been one of...
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    Proxy Access in 2017: A Critique from the Director Primacy Perspective
    www.professorbainbridge.com Andrew Ledbetter, Louis Lehot, and Nicole Hatcher offer an analysis of proxy trends in 2017: In 2017 proxy access continues to be the hottest topic among shareholders in the annual meeting process, especially for Fortune 500 companies. We believe...
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    joaquinbarquero.wordpress.com In firms with concentrated structure, (be it because of the economic stake or as a result of multiple-share capital structures, or as a result of the retail shareholders´apathy), the fact that controlling shareholders can extract private benefits...
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    www.professorbainbridge.com Since 2003, the NYSE has required the boards of listed companies to conduct an annual self-evaluation.[i] Commentators have endorsed such evaluations as being a critical corporate governance best practice, arguing that no one—not managers,...
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    The case for pruning the shareholder proposal regime
    www.professorbainbridge.com The usual suspects are quite worried: Shareholder Proposals Threatened by Financial Reform Bill the House Passedhttps://t.co/d704jUuihc pic.twitter.com/RmlZLLSGYV — Consumer Reports (@ConsumerReports) June 12, 2017 Me? Not so much. I made the case...
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    Controlled Companies and Independent Directors
    joaquinbarquero.wordpress.com Lucien Bebchuk and Assaf Hamdani have recently published an article, (1) in which they present an alternative to current director elections so that true independence is assured, in particular at...
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    Corporate Governance and the Sharing Economy
    joaquinbarquero.wordpress.com In a world of robots interacting with humans and learning out of the process, while connected with all other robots in a network; in a world of artificial intelligence, disruptive technologies and...
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    Do Investors Follow Directors to Other Companies?
    clsbluesky.law.columbia.edu In our recent study, we find that institutional investors follow high-performing directors to new firms and make larger initial investments in those firms than in other firms. Fama (1980) and Fama...
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    Marissa Mayer Will Make $186 Million on Yahoo’s Sale to Verizon
    www.nytimes.com Ms. Mayer, Yahoo’s chief executive, failed to return the company to greatness but will have a big payday after the sale thanks to her stock, stock options and restricted stock...
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    fortune.com Companies can reward their CEO's success without giving them outrageously large compensation...
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    Why one share, one vote beats differential share ownership
    boardagenda.com Differential share ownership is a preoccupation with some tech companies but, argues Kerrie Waring, there’s little evidence that it helps in the long...
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    Is Tesla's board adequately independent?
    www.professorbainbridge.com NYSE Listed Company Manual § 303A.02 provides a number of tests for determining whether directors of a company are independent. Most of them are fairly bright line rules, but there is a key provision that is often overlooked: No director qualifies...
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    Whole Foods Pressured by Activist Investor Jana Partners
    www.nytimes.com The hedge fund criticized the organic food purveyor’s brand development, customer service and distribution strategy, and nominated four candidates for the company’s...
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    Economic consequences of Shareholder Value Maximization (SVM)
    Economic consequences of Shareholder Value Maximization (SVM)Insead has recently published a short article (1) in which they try to draft the economic consequences of the SVM principle first made explicit by Milton Friedman. (2) I will here only made some brief comments on several statements that I...
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    Volkswagen Share Sale Keeps the Automaker a Family Affair
    www.nytimes.com The Porsche family patriarch Ferdinand Piëch is selling most of his stake to relatives rather than to an outside investor who might have demanded...
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    Bombardier juge 'saine' sa politique de rémunération
    www.lesechos.fr Le groupe canadien Bombardier a tenté de justifier ce samedi la forte hausse des rémunérations de sa haute direction, qui a fait l'objet...
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    Jerks and the Start-Ups They Ruin
    www.nytimes.com Bro C.E.O.s like the head of Uber will keep destroying companies until people stop paying...
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    02/04/2017 #1 JOAQUIN BARQUERO ESTEVAN
    Language in the article (Opinion section in The New York Times) clearly shows a fierce critic
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    Meet the Shareholders? Not at These Shareholder Meetings
    www.nytimes.com Companies are increasingly turning the annual meeting into an online-only affair, enabling them to cherry-pick questions and squelch dissenting...
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    01/04/2017 #1 JOAQUIN BARQUERO ESTEVAN
    Technology shouldn`t be used as a tool to limit shareholder rights, among which proposing, asking for information and voting should prevail over technology snobism.
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    Corporate Governance in Controlled companies.
    Corporate Governance in Controlled companies. Corporate Governance Challenges in Controlled companies. USA versus EU María Gutiérrez and Maribel Saéz have recently published an enlightening article on this aspect of Corporate Governance, traditionally much more connected with the European...
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    GM Under Pressure From Investor David Einhorn to Split Stock in Two Classes
    www.wsj.com General Motors is facing pressure from investor David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital to boost its stock price by splitting its common shares into two classes. GM said that structure creates “unacceptable”...
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    The US Corporate Governance Framework
    joaquinbarquero.wordpress.com Literature on Corporate Governance (Corpgov) often comes from the US; many Corpgov institutions have been born in the US; the big controversies regarding board effectiveness, executive pay, and...
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    01/04/2017 #1 JOAQUIN BARQUERO ESTEVAN
    A good point is made in the link below about the risks challenging the Delaware´s efficient judiciary system and Corporate Governance framework. Federal regulatory pressures and local political invasion and lack of neutrality, (plus costs).
    https://corpgov.law.harvard.edu/2017/03/31/how-delaware-may-be-dethroned-and-why-it-should-not/#more-82292
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    http://clsbluesky.law.columbia.edu/2017/03/22/board-evaluations-and-boardroom-dynamics/
    Board Evaluations and Boardroom Dynamics by Taylor Griffin, David F. Larcker, Stephen A. Miles, Brian Tayan :: SSRN
    papers.ssrn.com The boards of all publicly traded companies are required to conduct a self-evaluation at least annually to determine whether they are functioning effectively....
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