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The Nine-Year Rule

The revised Code of Corporate Governance obliquely implies that time on a Board could affect a director , but continuity has its advantages, says DAVID CONNER
Monday, February 10, 2014 - 06:00

ONE of the new provisions in the revised Code of Corporate Governance released in May 2012 is the so called "Nine Year Rule". This has engendered much discussion and could potentially result in significant movements within the boardrooms of corporate Singapore. Guideline 2.4 of the Code states

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