The Corporate Governance Landscape of Pakistan

The Corporate Governance Landscape of Pakistan

Author: Sadia Khan
Rs. 1,225.00
The Corporate Governance Landscape of Pakistan is a story told by the pioneers of corporate governance in the country for the benefit of those who will take it to the next level of policy advocacy and enforcement. It provides a comprehensive guide to the policy frameworks, principles, and practices of corporate governance in Pakistan today. It also attempts to capture the essence of the corporate environment of Pakistan on the eve of the introduction of the first Code of Corporate Governance. It reveals, through subsequent policy additions, the sea change in mindsets the first set of policy reforms facilitated. The book is meant both as a historical anthology of work already accomplished in the realm of corporate governance as well as a reference book for future regulators, educators, and practitioners. It recognizes the fact that immense effort—some of which remains under-appreciated—has already gone into enhancing the corporate governance environment of the country. AUTHOR DESCRIPTION Sadia Khan is a strategy and performance-focused executive with more than twenty-two years of value driven leadership experience across most of Asia, Europe, and the USA. She has worked in the corporate sector in Pakistan and abroad while serving as an independent director in various organizations. She is a motivational leader known for clearly defining missions and goals, aligning people and resources, and delivering results that exceed expectations. She has done her Bachelors from Cambridge University, Masters from Yale, and MBA from INSEAD.
Book Title The Corporate Governance Landscape of Pakistan
Author Sadia Khan
Type Book
The Corporate Governance Landscape of Pakistan is a story told by the pioneers of corporate governance in the country for the benefit of those who will take it to the next level of policy advocacy and enforcement. It provides a comprehensive guide to the policy frameworks, principles, and practices of corporate governance in Pakistan today. It also attempts to capture the essence of the corporate environment of Pakistan on the eve of the introduction of the first Code of Corporate Governance. It reveals, through subsequent policy additions, the sea change in mindsets the first set of policy reforms facilitated. The book is meant both as a historical anthology of work already accomplished in the realm of corporate governance as well as a reference book for future regulators, educators, and practitioners. It recognizes the fact that immense effort—some of which remains under-appreciated—has already gone into enhancing the corporate governance environment of the country. AUTHOR DESCRIPTION Sadia Khan is a strategy and performance-focused executive with more than twenty-two years of value driven leadership experience across most of Asia, Europe, and the USA. She has worked in the corporate sector in Pakistan and abroad while serving as an independent director in various organizations. She is a motivational leader known for clearly defining missions and goals, aligning people and resources, and delivering results that exceed expectations. She has done her Bachelors from Cambridge University, Masters from Yale, and MBA from INSEAD.

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