Corporate governance reforms: making Japanese corporations great again? Monday, May 28, 2018, 19:00-21:00 at CCIFJ

Corporate governance reforms: making Japanese corporations great again? Monday, May 28, 2018, 19:00-21:00 at CCIFJ

Corporate governance reforms: making Japanese corporations great again? Understanding how Japanese Boards of Directors function helps you close deals Monday, May 28, 2018, 19:00-21:00 at CCIFJ Stimulating Japanese companies’ growth is a key element of Prime Minister Abe’s economic growth policies. For companies to grow, management needs to be improved, Boards of Directors need to… Continue reading Corporate governance reforms: making Japanese corporations great again? Monday, May 28, 2018, 19:00-21:00 at CCIFJ

Corporate governance reforms in Japan: hands-on insights as Board Director of a Japanese group

Gerhard Fasol: Corporate governance reforms in Japan: hands-on insights as Board Director of a Japanese group

Corporate governance reforms are one of the key components of Abenomics, to improve economic growth in Japan Corporate governance reforms in Japan: talk at the OAG House in Tokyo, Wednesday 20 September 2017, 18:30-20:00 Wednesday 20 September 2017, 18:30-20:00 Talk: Gerhard Fasol: „Corporate Governance Reformen in Japan: Erfahrungen als Aufsichtsratsdirektor einer japanischen Firmengruppe“ Free of… Continue reading Corporate governance reforms in Japan: hands-on insights as Board Director of a Japanese group

Corporate governance reforms in Japan: a talk at the Embassy of Sweden

Corporate governance reforms in Japan Changing the way Japanese corporations are managed: Can it make Japanese iconic corporations great again? A talk by Gerhard Fasol at the Embassy of Sweden organized by the Embassy of Sweden, The Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Japan (SCCJ), and the Stockholm School of Economics Abstract: Changing the way Japanese… Continue reading Corporate governance reforms in Japan: a talk at the Embassy of Sweden

SHARP governance and Japan’s electronics sector

SHARP governance is challenged to ensure the group's survival. Innovation Network Corporation of Japan INCJ and Honhai (Foxconn) compete for control

SHARP and Governance SHARP is a Japanese electronics company with 44,000 employees and YEN 3000 billion (US$ 30 billion) in sales, many factories and a product portfolio ranging from rice cookers, office copiers, solar panels, robots, mobile phones, to supplying APPLE with displays. SHARP faces repayment of YEN 510 billion (US$ 4.2 billion) in short-term… Continue reading SHARP governance and Japan’s electronics sector

Japan corporate governance 2016

Outlook on Japan's corporate governance reform and economic growth for 2016. Fiscal policy cannot deliver economic growth, ventures and restructuring do.

Japan corporate governance and economic growth for Japan in 2016? Economic growth: Almost everyone agrees that economic growth is preferred over stagnation and decline. Fiscal policy and printing money unfortunately can’t deliver growth. Building fresh new successful companies, returning stagnating or failed established companies back to growth (see: “Speed is like fresh food” by JVC-Kenwood… Continue reading Japan corporate governance 2016

Corporate governance Japan: practical views of a foreign Board Director

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corporate governance Japan: A Board Director’s view Corporate governance reforms in Japan progress faster than even one of their key promoters expected, and cost almost no tax payers money Author: Gerhard Fasol corporate governance Japan: reforms of Japan’s corporate governance practice are one component of “Abenomics” to bring back economic growth to Japan. Corporate governance… Continue reading Corporate governance Japan: practical views of a foreign Board Director

Japan Exchange Group CEO Atsushi Saito: surprised about the speed of implementation of corporate governance reforms in Japan

Japan Exchange Group CEO Atsushi Saito: surprised about the speed of implementation of corporate governance reforms in Japan

New Dimensions of Japanese Financial Market Only with freedom and democracy, the values of open society and professionalism can the investment chain function effectively The iconic leader of the Tokyo Stock Exchange since 2007, now Group CEO of the Japan Exchange Group gave a Press Conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan on June… Continue reading Japan Exchange Group CEO Atsushi Saito: surprised about the speed of implementation of corporate governance reforms in Japan