King Reports

South African Corporate governance reports. The King Reports were named for Mervyn King, the chairperson of the corporate governance committees established by the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa. The first The King Report on Corporate Governance (known as the King I Report) was issued in 1994, and a second report (King Report II) appeared in 2002. Although focused on South Africa, the rigor of the King Reports has been greeted with international acclaim. Further reading: King Report I (1994); King Report II (2002) Web site:

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