Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets - How to gain the Competition for Investors
The Center for Corporate Governance at HHL and the IFC hosted the conference ‘Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets - How to gain the Competition for Investors?’ on September 24 and 25 in Leipzig, Germany.
The conference brought together senior practitioners in corporate governance and aimed to find answers for improved conditions for emerging market companies and institutions.
Leading international experts from governance organizations with relevance to emerging markets and the relevant investor groups discussed how corporate governance impacts firm performance and economic development, and the role of legal, economic and political institutions in shaping corporate governance systems in emerging markets.
We thank all of our guests and participants who shared an exciting conference with us.
Conference on Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets - How to Gain the Competition for Investors
September 24 and 25, 2015
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
Chair: Prof. Christian Strenger (HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management)
Alexey Volynets (IFC Environment, Social and Governance Department)
Representatives from different organizations in emerging markets such as institutions, scholars and regulators
Number of participants
Dependent on participant's status and attended events