|Type of publication:||Article|
Emerging Europe - Corporate governance takes a leap forward - Turkey's record of corporate governance has been poor in the past. But last June, regulators published its first official corporate governance guidelines and plan a new index on the Istanbul exchange. It will not be easy convincing family-owned businesses to comply.
Munir, Metin, (2004)
Business must come before family - Turkish fathers are beginning to realize that first-born sons may not always be the best men to run family businesses. More formal structures are emerging to ensure the firm's survival after the patriarch goes out feet first.
Munir, Metin, (1999)
For family and the state - As banks continue to proliferate in Turkey, heavy investment is being made in technology to win the contest for deposits. But the sector remains shallow, opaque and dominated by family concerns and lending to the state. Metin Munir looks ahead and sees possible partnerships with foreign banks - if the old culture can be left behind.
Munir, Metin, (1998)
- More ...