Bank hires UK corporate governance expert
News||15 June 1999|update 13|
This summer Anne Simpson will leave Pensions and Investment Research Consultants to develop the World Bank's corporate governance strategy for the private sector. This position has been established in the wake of the international economic crises. PIRC has been a key player in putting pressure on the Boards of large companies such as British Gas and Hanson over issues such as executive pay and their articles of association.
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