Corporate governance

Corporate governance is the system of rules and controls used by a board of directors to oversee a company. An acceptable level of corporate governance involves being transparent about providing information to outsiders, ensuring that a strong sense of ethical behavior permeates the organization, and ensuring that a strong control system is employed to detect variances. The proper level of governance is derived by balancing the interests of investors, business partners, regulators, lenders, and the community.

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