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Deloitte is committed to providing board governance members with resources and leading practices to help fulfill their responsibilities.


Risk Intelligent™ governance

To help meet rising expectations for improved governance and risk management, we consider state-of-the-art board practices, focusing on six key areas.


Deloitte's Risk Angles Series

Risk Angles is Deloitte’s series of short, powerful interviews, designed to inform on pressing risk topics. Explore a wide range of governance, risk, and compliance issues – and stay ahead of what’s next.


The Talent Intelligent Board

In most organizations, talent is the essential resource — in fact your talent is the one thing that can distinguish you from your competitors. 


About the Center for Corporate Governance 

The center orchestrates dialogue, knowledge-sharing, and thought leadership on governance issues.


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Deloitte can help you create and protect value and enhance effective management of governance, regulatory and compliance risks on a sustained basis.


Dual-class share structure

Although the benefits of dual-class share structure can be considerable, governance and liquidity risks can present challenges. Both should be considered well in advance of an IPO.

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Governance, Risk & Compliance

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This article on governance is part of our "Private company issues and opportunities" report, focused on trends of interest to middle market companies.


Building world-class ethics and compliance programs

What separates a “good” ethics and compliance program from a “great” one? In our experience, there are five key differentiators.