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identify, analyse and integrate ESG factors across the investment
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A‘/Na ‘nvestom UK 'A 3 understanding between academics and practmoners with an interest

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gm it/C/. There (ire huge new r:h;i//ehges for Corporate govemance toms‘

gore/hzihce on the horizon but /‘m c‘._r.ri/'id‘e.'if the ~ Gender diversity on boards led by Professor Renee Adams,

IDGN L1!‘/i’ guide fl/{L//e ge/ie/arions of §/t’)\’t:‘/Nit/lCt:‘ PIN‘-‘V9550’ Of fiflafloer University of New Soulh Wales.

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3} 7'9 0/‘ 1/ l-'-’77€‘-’''—7 W9 /7791“ ~ Share repurchases and oorpoiaie control in Japan led by

Proiessr Hideaki Miyaiima Director at Waseda Institute tor
Advanced Study Waseda University: “Share Repurchases &
Control at the Corpoiation: The Evidence from Japan"
~ State ownership and corpoiate govemance in Malaysia led by
Professor Dr Terence Gomez, University of Malaya, Malaysia:
“Minister of finance Incorporated: Ownership and Control at
0 Corporate Malaysia“




































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