Belgian Corporate Governance Code (Dutch-English TMX)
Thread poster: Michael Joseph Wdowiak Beijer

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Dec 6, 2011

In case anyone is interested, I just made a Dutch-English TM out of the Belgian Corporate Governance Code 2009 / Belgische Corporate Governance Code, available here as PDFs:

http://www.corporategovernancecommittee.be/library/documents/final%20code/CorporateGovUKCode2009.pdf + http://www.corporategovernancecommittee.be/library/documents/final%20code/CorporateGovNLCode2009.pdf

The Code applies to companies incorporated in Belgium whose shares are admitted to trading on a regulated market ('listed companies'). However, given its flexibility, the Code could also serve as a reference framework for all other companies.

The 2009 Code is the second edition of the Belgian Corporate Governance Code. The 2009 Code applies to reporting years beginning on or after 1 January 2009. It supersedes and replaces the Code issued in 2004.

-> http://wordbook.nl/storage/Belgian-Code-On-Corporate-Governance-2009.tmx

Michael


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