"World securities Law Report" & "Corporate Governance Library" from BNA.
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BNA Banco Nacional de Angola (National Bank of Angola) ; Washington, D.C.) has begun the production of two new information products, "World Securities Law Report" and "Corporate Governance Corporate Governance
The relationship between all the stakeholders in a company. This includes the shareholders, directors, and management of a company, as defined by the corporate charter, bylaws, formal policy, and rule of law. Library."
"World Securities Law Report" is available online and via e-mail and provides monthly news of developments in the regulation of transactions involving securities around the world. Editorial focuses particularly on developments affecting cross-border transactions and includes information on: legal, legislative and regulatory developments affecting transactions; changes in laws and regulations impacting cross-border transactions in individual countries; and, developments on the international level, such as the EU Committee of European Securities Regulators and the International Organization of Securities Commissions The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) is an international organization that brings together the regulators of the world’s securities and futures markets. , and including bilateral arrangements.
Content covers such topics as accounting standards, broker-dealer regulation, compliance and enforcement, derivatives, fraud, jurisdiction, market abuse, listing requirements Listing requirements
Requirements, including minimum shares outstanding, market value, and income, that are laid down by an exchange for any stock to be listed for trading. , market regulation, and shareholder rights, among others. An annual online subscription costs $1295 for one user, $1420 for two users and $1554 for three to five users.
"Corporate Governance Library" is available in print and also online and includes a monthly newsletter, a manual and online content updated regularly. The service provides information on the latest trends and best practices in corporate governance.
Editorial includes information on corporate governance relevant to annual meetings of shareholders, audit committees, boards of directors, business judgment rule, compensation committees, corporate minutes, director indemnification Indemnification
Used in insurance policy agreements as to compensation for damage or loss. In the context of corporate governance, Director Indemnification uses the bylaws and/or charter to indemnify officers and directors from certain legal expenses and judgements resulting from , directors' fiduciary duties Noun 1. fiduciary duty - the legal duty of a fiduciary to act in the best interests of the beneficiary
legal duty - acts which the law requires be done or forborne , executive compensation, independent directors and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
The service also includes related news from the courts, federal agencies and legislatures on developments affecting corporate law and securities, as well as news and reference materials on shareholder proposals and activist campaigns, An annual print subscription costs $887 for the newsletter and manual and $502 for just the newsletter. An annual online subscription for one to five users costs $861 for the full library and $774 for just the newsletter.