Henley Centre for Governance, Accountability & Responsible Investment established

The Henley Centre for Governance, Accountability & Responsible Investment (GARI) aims to provide a forum for international collaborative research into the broad area of governance with a specific focus on accountability.

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The GARI Research Centre aims to build on the long tradition of values-oriented corporate governance research at Henley and to continue the long-term success of the former Centre for Board Effectiveness, directed by Professor Bernard Taylor (originally operating within Henley Management College).

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Research into corporate governance bridges the accounting and financial management disciplines covering issues such as: the direction and control of listed companies; the governance of public, voluntary and charity sector organisations; the governance and accountability of financial institutions (banks and investment institutions); corporate relationships with institutional investors and with other stakeholder groups; institutional investor engagement and dialogue and responsible investment; broader issues of corporate accountability including sustainability, corporate social responsibility and climate change governance; sustainability reporting and assurance, integrated reporting and climate change accounting.

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