A global approach to regulating corporate governance, focusing on the problems and benefits that this may cause to multi-national corporations: An introduction to corporate governance and its implications for the Ferreyros S.A.A.

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GRIN Verlag, Nov 13, 2012 - Business & Economics - 19 pages
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As companies expand in size and production their needs of permanent funds are sharply growing. Inherited in the nature of this development is external financing that triggers a more complex owner structure. Investors arise as a new group of stakeholders who follow specific interests. Covering the additional interests of investors and harmonizing those with the interests of other stakeholders requests a new form of organization for a corporation to bring ambiguous aims together. This new form of organization has evolved in the 20th century known as corporate governance (Gary, 2006). Some people might argue that working under the rules of corporate governance does not require a global approach but for arguing so one must consider the agency problem that arises within the construction of a public limited company, evaluate whether a global approach of corporate governance can help to harmonize the different interest groups and also discuss the benefits and problems that a global approach of corporate governance would imply for corporations. This paper aims to research these particular questions and also tries to integrate matching examples to provide a better basis for a profound opinion making.

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