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8 December 2020

New Danish Corporate Governance Recommendations

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2 December 2020, the Danish Committee on Corporate Governance released its revised recommendations on corporate governance in Danish listed companies. The recommendations increase the focus on long-time value creation along with dialogue with shareholders and society. Further, the focus on sustainability, purpose and corporate social responsibility has been increased. This article provides an overview of the most important changes compared to the existing recommendations from 2017 and their implications for listed companies.

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