Corporate Governance

Questions directors need to ask in the age of stakeholder capitalism

A company’s stakeholders include employees, suppliers, customers and communities. Image: REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Milton Cheng

Global Chair, Baker McKenzie

Beatriz Pessoa de Araujo

Partner; Head, Corporate Governance, Baker McKenzie

Julia Hayhoe

Chief Strategy Officer; Member of the Global Executive Committee, Baker McKenzie

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