Directors, supervisory boards and major shareholders have been burdened with ever-increasing responsibilities and obligations in recent years. Corporate governance is the term used to describe a careful management structure and solid business principles. Good corporate governance protects the interests of shareholders, employees, suppliers and creditors.
What are the limits of the responsibilities and powers of the different bodies in a legal entity? How does this work within corporate groups? What does it mean for you? The experienced experts on our corporate governance team can advise you.
Examples of how our corporate governance attorneys can help you
- We advise on how to set up and improve corporate structures
- We help directors, supervisory boards and shareholders – small and large – to determine their strategies and manage their risks
- We draft board regulations, shareholder agreements and documentation for board meetings and shareholder meetings
- We advise on conflicts of interest and incompatible interests within companies and groups