The European Corporate Governance Forum has suggested EU governments take a "proportionate" approach when implementing the directive's demand they ensure there are "effective internal control systems" that "minimise financial, operational and compliance risks and enhance the quality of financial reporting".
What does ECGF stand for?
ECGF stands for European Corporate Governance Forum
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 3 other meanings of ECGF in our Acronym Attic
- English Counties Girls Chess Federation (UK)
- École du Commerce et de la Grande Distribution (French vocational school)
- Eiffage Construction Gestion Développement (French construction company)
- Exports Credit Guarantee Department (UK government)
- East Coast Gaming Expo
- Économiques et de Gestion (French: Economics and Management; Belgium)
- Expertise Comptable Gestion d'Entreprise (French: Chartered Accounting Business Administration)
- Export Credit Guarantee Company of Egypt
- École de Culture Générale de Fribourg (French: Fribourg General Knowledge School; Fribourg, Switzerland)
- Endothelial Cell Growth Factor
- Executive Committee of the Graduate Faculty (various schools)
- Exercise Control Group Forward
- Export Credit Guarantee Facility (various locations)
- Endothelial Cell Growth Factor 1
- Endothelial Cell Growth Factor, Alpha
- Endothelial Cell Growth Factor, Beta
- European Corporate Governance Group
- Eastern Commonwealth Girls Hockey (Newton, MA)
- Electrocardiographic Imaging
- Envoy Capital Group Inc.
Samples in periodicals archive:
Member States should be rapidly invited to put in place an appropriate regulatory regime giving shareholders more transparency and influence, which includes detailed disclosure of individual remuneration; and * Creation of a European Corporate Governance Forum to help encourage coordination and convergence of national codes and of the way they are enforced and monitored.
level the collective responsibility of board members for financial statements; * A directive enabling electronic communication with shareholders and resolving cross-border issues in relation to attendance at meetings, voting in absentia and the right to table resolutions; * A recommendation strengthening the role of independent nonexecutive and supervisory directors and defining minimum standards for the creation, composition and role of the nomination, remuneration and audit committees; * A recommendation on the adequate disclosure of particulars of the directors' remuneration to shareholders and investors; and * The creation of a European Corporate Governance Forum to coordinate the corporate governance efforts of member states.