Strengthening Latin American Corporate Governance

The Role of Institutional Investors

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This report reflects long-term, in-depth discussion and debate by participants in the Latin American Roundtable on Corporate Governance. It seeks to encourage the emergence of active and informed owners as an important lever for influencing better corporate governance, adapted to the Latin American context. 



Additional steps: strengthening market forces

Chapter 4 sets out policy and good practice recommendations and annotations for policymakers and regulators (in bold) and for the private sector (in italics) on steps to strengthen market forces that would encourage or enable an effective institutional investor role in corporate governance. Recommendations address the role of direct regulation versus selfregulation, the media, credit rating agencies, corporate governance and proxy advisory services, the benefits of establishing II associations, and of supporting effective dispute resolution mechanisms.


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