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Professor Ania Zalewska gives Keynote Academic Address

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Professor Ania Zalewska

Professor Ania Zalewska delivered the academic keynote address at the “Global Financial Markets  and Corporate Governance: issues of Efficiency and Performance” conference organised by the University of Nuremberg, Germany, and the International  Centre for Banking and Governance of the National Bank of Ukraine on 25 September 2014.

The international conference brought together academics and practitioners from over 20 countries around the world to discuss developments and challenges of corporate governance. In particular, it focused on the direction and effects of corporate governance reforms, and the balance between regulation and governance.

Professor Zalewska’s talk, “Reforming corporate boards: incentives and monitoring”, discussed current issues of corporate governance of the banking industry. The talk analysed the recent trend to improve the corporate governance of the banking industry through the regulation of the bankers’ remuneration.

Professor Ania Zalewska commented:
"I was delighted to participate at this international and high quality conference. Talking about corporate governance challenges and reforms to such a distinguish gathering of academics and practitioners was very stimulating. Discussions we have had after my talk were very helpful."

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