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lindy
Student (University), Australia

Corporate Governance and Compliance

My current research is currently exploring the difference between corporate governance concepts and compliance. These two concepts are usually said to be intercorrelated. Would you concur that that is necessarily the case? I would appreciate feedback from other readers on both the concepts of CG and compliance with performance.

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Corporate Governance and Compliance

Compliance is a concept to indicate that a corporation is operating in accordance with current applicable laws and regulations. Compliance should primarily be seen as a part of external corporate governance, because it is one of the influences from outside the firm on the governance of the firm
But observe that all internal CG mechanisms also have to be compliant with applicable laws and regulations.
Is this what you meant?

  Sherif Kamel
 

Corporate Governance and Compliance

- Corporate Governance: The overriding objective o (...)

  E Benshetler
Project Manager, United States
 

Corporate Governance and Compliance

You used the terms 'intercorrelated' and 'with per (...)

  lindy
Student (University), Australia
 

Corporate Governance

I am indeed exploring the multiple definitions of (...)

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