Company executives from diverse sectors have taken part in the panel “Corporate Governance for a changing Chile”. The event was organized by the Human Capital Committee of AmCham Chile and the Center for Corporate Governance of the University of Chile, in collaboration with KPMG. The main presentation of the event was given by Eric Talley, Director of the Center for Law, Business and the Economy at the University of Berkeley, and expert on corporate governance issues.
The academic discussed the unique events currently taking place in Chile in terms of the adoption and deepening of new regulations. In addition, he explained the combination of rules that exist in this area in the United States. Despite these being complex to understand, the regulations allow each state as well as the Federal government to reinforce the importance of corporate governance.
Superior photo: Juan Andrés Camus, President of the Santiago Stock Exchange and Director at BTG Pactual; Kathleen Barclay, AmCham Chile President; Susana Carey, Chair of the Labor Committee of SOFAFA and company Director; and Eric Talley, Director of the Center for Law, Business and the Economy at the University of Berkeley.