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Corporate governance and the protection of stakeholder interests in British banks.

Tomasic, Roman (2012) 'Corporate governance and the protection of stakeholder interests in British banks.', European company law., 9 (1). pp. 26-36.


This paper explores how stakeholder ideas can be applied to a discussion of the corporate governance of banks and suggests that a much broader range of stakeholders need to be considered when thinking about bank governance.

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Publisher statement:Reprinted from Tomasic, Roman (2012). Corporate Governance and the Protection of Stakeholder Interests in British Banks. European Company Law 9(1): 26-36 with permission of Kluwer Law International.
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Date deposited:26 June 2019
Date of first online publication:2012
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