Accountability and Transparency at the Core

Corporate Governance Services

Accountability and Transparency at the Core

Corporate Governance Services

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Specialized Corporate Governance Advisory

B.e.e. is the perfect partner to walk companies through every step of a corporate governance restructuring program and build a governance culture that is engraved within the firms’ daily operations.

B.e.e.’s corporate governance experts have provided enormous contributions to full-scale restructuring programs with a special focus on the Middle East Region. Our team has provided as well advisory and guidance on the regulations and practices of corporate governance set forth by international and regional regulators.

Backed by extensive exposure to corporate governance consulting services across the region, B.e.e. supports its clients in a wide array of deliverables:

Due Diligence: The first step of any governance restructuring program is a thorough assessment of the status and practices of corporate governance for the client highlighting specific areas of strengths and weaknesses.

The due diligence exercise is followed by a set of recommendations forming a comprehensive action plan or a governance restructuring roadmap.

Positioned among the most reliable corporate governance advisory firms, B.e.e.’s experts assist clients in developing, or recommend adjustments to the drafts of governance related documentations; the most important being the governance code, the charters and terms of reference for the board and committees and other governance organs, and key policies. The team carries out its commitment towards our clients and ensures that the governance action plans are followed through to implementation.

A cornerstone of appropriate implementation is building awareness to corporate governance among the firm’s concerned officers and their role therein through a series of trainings and workshops delivered by our experts. The implementation phase is also supported by regular follow-up on the progress.

Family Firm Governance

As a family business grows in size and nears transition to next generations, the challenges to sustainability and survival mount. Family firm governance is a building block of the process of mitigating such challenges.

Our corporate governance experts assist family firms in setting the governance and business infrastructure that ensures smooth transitions to generations to come. The process ensures laying the foundations and frameworks for sustainability, setting the systems for management of “differences” within the family, and establishing long term family business prosperity, all within the guidelines of the family’s values and vision for the business.

B.e.e. offers corporate governance consulting services tailored to family firms, among which:

Corporate Governance Consulting Firms

Related Insights:

Investor Protection and Governance in the Valuation of Emerging Markets Investments – by Dr. Sheridan Titman, Dr. Assem Safieddine, and Leila Atwi –Journal of Applied Corporate Finance; Volume 29, Issue 3, Summer 2017, Pages 89–100

How do the investor protection at the country level (legal and institutional frameworks) and the company level (corporate governance) interact in the valuation of companies in emerging markets?

 

Women Board Quotas: International Experiences and Insights to the Arab Countries; by Dr. Assem Safieddine, and Leila Atwi – Harvard Business Review Arabia – HBR Arabia; October 25, 2017

It is evident that the Arab countries ought to take action to improve the women representation rates on board of directors. But are they ready to introduce board quotas? And if they do, are they likely to succeed in meeting the targets?

 

Comparison of Transparency and Disclosure Practices in the Largest Middle East Economies; by Dr. Assem Safieddine, and Leila Atwi – Harvard Business Review Arabia – HBR Arabia; July 3, 2017

The Middle East markets have been directing significant effort to grow and attract foreign investments. But are these markets playing the transparency card correctly? Is the public information sufficient to encourage investors’ market exposure?

 

Is a Governance Culture Innate or Acquired? Implications for the Middle East; by Dr. Assem Safieddine, and Leila Atwi – Harvard Business Review Arabia – HBR Arabia; April 9, 2017

The journey to governance is certainly not short nor quick. Nevertheless, it is not a far-reaching aspiration. How can the Arab countries follow suit of the countries that improved their governance standings? The previous international and regional experiences unveil important cornerstones.

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