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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. 

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Executive Summary

Strengthening Latin American Corporate Governance: the Role of Institutional Investors reflects the priority of the Latin American Roundtable on Corporate Governance to encourage the emergence of active and informed owners as an important lever for influencing better governance in the region. It draws upon both internationally recognized policy guidelines and best practices, starting with the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance, and region and country-specific work, including the Roundtable’s 2003 White Paper on Corporate Governance in Latin America and 2007 report, Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance in Latin America: Challenges, Promising Practices and Recommendations. It has been developed through a three-year process of Roundtable consultations and research in a range of Latin American countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.

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