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De onafhankelijke toezichthouder

De onafhankelijke toezichthouder

De onafhankelijke toezichthouder

11.03.2004 NL law

De Commissie-Tabaksblat heeft een begin gemaakt met het vastleggen van onafhankelijkheidscriteria voor toezichthouders. Thans is het woord aan de wetgever. De wet zou volgens de auteur toezichthouders verplicht moeten stellen voor beursgenoteerde vennootschappen en vennootschappen van een bepaalde omvang die thans onder de structuurregeling vallen. Zij doet een nader voorstel voor wetswijziging.

Dit artikel is gepubliceerd in Ondernemingsrecht 2004/43.

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