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What is corporate governance?
Corporate governance is commonly referred to as a system by which Companies are directed and controlled. It is the process by which company objectives are established, achieved and monitored. Corporate governance is concerned with the relationships and responsibilities between the board, management, shareholders and other relevant stakeholders within a legal and regulatory framework.

Corporate governance aims to protect shareholder rights, enhance disclosure and transparency, facilitate effective functioning of the board of directors and provide an efficient legal and regulatory enforcement framework.