DISCUSSION Cadbury: A Testbed for Stewardship

by Yolanda Villafuerte _______7th January 2010
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by Mark Goyder and Philip Goldenberg, Wall Street Journal

For the past six months the U.K. corporate-governance discussion has been all about stewardship. Sir David Walker—who conducted a review into governance of the U.K.’s banks—has called for major investors to exercise it. The Institutional Shareholders Committee has come up with its code. The Financial Reporting Council is now taking this forward…

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