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By Janet Dine, Marios Koutsias

ISBN-10: 0230362079

ISBN-13: 9780230362079

Company Law is a whole and available advisor to the criminal framework within which businesses function. Logically dependent and with a readable sort, the textual content contains worthy summaries for every bankruptcy, besides case notes. This re-creation has been completely revised and up to date and is gifted with new livery and new two-colour textual content.

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A prominent jurisdiction pioneering the model in question is Germany. 4 Systems of corporate governance The outsider system of corporate governance The most prominent representatives of the outsider model of corporate governance are the USA and the UK, whose companies and system of corporate governance have been founded upon the nexus of contracts theory. These are jurisdictions that embrace the contractual notion of the company. The term ‘outsider’ refers to the source of finance of the public company.

It runs the company in its best interests, which means not only the interests of shareholders but also the interests of the stakeholders. A prominent jurisdiction pioneering the model in question is Germany. 4 Systems of corporate governance The outsider system of corporate governance The most prominent representatives of the outsider model of corporate governance are the USA and the UK, whose companies and system of corporate governance have been founded upon the nexus of contracts theory. These are jurisdictions that embrace the contractual notion of the company.

The nexus of contracts theory defines the nature of the English corporate governance system. In this context it is clear that the shareholders are the exclusive members and owners of the company; the interests of the latter coincide with the interests of its shareholders. 2 Corporate governance 21 company. The directors should run the company in its best interests, which effectively means in the best interests of its shareholders. This system is viewed as efficient in terms of shareholders’ profit, but the elevation of directors to such a powerful status courts controversy, especially in relation to issues such as their remuneration or bonuses.

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