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is the President and founder of The Altman Group. This post is based on an Altman Group Governance & Proxy Review article by Asha Doogah and Frank J. Cifarelli . About a decade or so ago, publicly traded German operating companies were characterized by stable management boards with mostly German nationals serving as board members, and stable shareholder bases characterized by a preponderance of cross-holdings by German banks, insurance companies and other operating companies. In general, there was little shareholder activism and German companies were run using a consensus style basis, with different parties giving input and ...
IFE Contains the updated news, articles and resources on Islamic Finance industry around the world, translated and gathered from various sources for students, academics, professionals and researchers – Author The European Union’s largest and strongest economy, Germany, is finally edging toward facilitating Islamic finance in its jurisdiction. Germany has a Muslim population of 4.3 million, the second largest Muslim population in the EU after France with 5.5 million. Reports from Germany stress that the country’s banking regulator, the Federal Financial Services Authority ... Read More
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