Corporate governance: companies need more flexibility if they are to thrive and survive, says EESC

25 Aug 2011
Ref: 086/2011

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) will be holding a public hearing in Sofia, Bulgaria, on the key aspects of corporate governance in order to formulate a set of concrete recommendations on the Commission's Green paper this autumn. The hearing ties in with the EESC opinion on corporate governance, which is currently being drafted by Milena Angelova, a Bulgarian EESC Member from the Employers' Group. Keynote speakers include Stoyan Mavrodiev, Chairman of the Bulgarian Supervision Commission, and Henri Malosse, President of the EESC's Employers' Group.

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