Depiction of Episode one: The contribution of good corporate governance to the market valuation of European companies

Episode one: The contribution of good corporate governance to the market valuation of European companies



Brussels was the ideal setting for our most recent two-part Agenda podcast, where the European Contact Group brought together different stakeholders to discuss the results of Oxera’s report, An analysis of the EU governance framework for corporate reporting.

In episode one of the podcast, we present and discuss the conclusions of the report, which were debated among academics, policymakers, and business people.

Joining Russell Goldsmith on the podcast is Dr Luis Correia da Silva, Oxera Chair and Partner, who presented alongside Professor Ryan Williams, Universit√© Paris-Dauphine. Andrew Hobbs, EY EMEIA Public Policy Leader, chaired the panel which includes Karel Lannoo, Chief Executive Officer, Centre for European Policy Studies, Professor Nicole Ratzinger-Sakel, University of Hamburg, Chiara Mosca, Commissioner, Italian Securities and Financial Markets Authority, and Gabriela Dias, Chair at the International Ethics Board for Accountants. 

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