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Learn to exercise governance in an environment where the nature and degree of control exercised by a single shareholder is unlike any other.
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Being a director of a controlled company can be a unique governance experience. Companies can benefit from having a controlling shareholder. It can be a stabilizing influence, making the company relatively immune, for example, to the pressures of transient, short-term investors. However, a high level of shareholder control is not without risk and these risks can be alleviated by sound corporate governance.
Controlled Companies Briefing: Questions for Directors to Ask examines the role and responsibilities of a board member in this type of organization. It highlights how the board’s typical roles can be different in a controlled company.
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