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Corporate governance

The system of guidelines, practises, and processes by which a company is managed and controlled is described as corporate governance.

The system of guidelines, practises, and processes by which a company is managed and controlled is described as corporate governance.

Corporate governance comprises balancing the interests of the stakeholders, management, customers, suppliers, government, and the community.

Corporate governance also provides a framework for achieving a company’s aims. It includes management, from action plans and internal controls to performance measurements and corporate disclosure.

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