Corporate Governance

The management of corporate governance requirements is at the core of businesses, as companies continue to become more accountable to their shareholders. The ever-evolving and stringent environment in which companies operate today demands proactive legal advice to ensure that corporate governance matters are carefully and adequately addressed. Yungo has advised both public and private companies on the various issues that have arisen in relation to the ever-changing legislation on corporate governance.

Thanks to the diverse clientele Yungo has counselled in this area and as a result of the varied backgrounds of Yungo’s team of lawyers, Yungo is able to extend comprehensive governance and compliance programs and a tailored response to its clients’ needs.

The balancing of interests between shareholders, management, government are at the heart of corporate governance and Yungo’s team devotes serious efforts in finding innovative solutions tailored to a client’s complex corporate needs. Yungo advises on the practical implications of company law in its application to the business’s structure and roles, including providing clear guidelines on roles of directors and non-executive directors, the board’s duties of transparency to its shareholders and pay outs of dividends in relation to the company’s performance and capital.

Whether public or private, domestic or global, clients can rely on Yungo’s commitment to practical and vigilant representation for the full range of corporate governance matters from board composition, structure and requirements, to director and officer liability and insurance.

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Head of International Business Development
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