German Corporate Governance Code (as amended on May 26, 2010) resource National Regulations OCEG Reviewed
Foreword: This German Corporate Governance Code presents essential statutory regulations for the management and supervision (governance) of German listed companies and contains internationally and nationally recognized standards for good and responsible governance. The Code aims at making the German Corporate Governance system transparent and understandable.
Government Commission of the German Corporate Governance Code resource Organizations & Associations OCEG Reviewed
The Government Commission on the German Corporate Governance Code will remain in existence after the Code has been handed over. It will observe the development of corporate governance in legislation and practice and will review the Code at least once a year for possible adaptation.
German Corporate Governance Code, Declarations of Conformity resource Private Lists / Directories OCEG Reviewed
An index of links hosted by the Commission of the German Corporate Governance Code for the listed companies on the German stock exchange (DAX 30/MDAX) that declare compliance with the Code as set out by the German Stock Corporation Act, Art. 161.
Germany, Qualification of Supervisory Boards (2010) resource Standards and Guidelines OCEG Reviewed
Government Commission on the German Corporate Governance Code, Administrative Office, 10 February 2010.
Centre for Corporate Governance: Germany (Deloitte) resource Standards and Guidelines OCEG Reviewed
Web site on Corporate Governance in Germany hosted by Deloitte featuring news, official documents, reports, and discussion papers.
Germany, DAX 30 (Deutscher Aktien IndeX), English site resource OCEG Reviewed
The DAX 30 is a German stock market index of the thirty main companies trading on the Frankfort Stock Exchange.
GRC Technology Solutions Guide v. 2.1 resource Guides OCEG Reviewed
The GRC Technology Solutions Guide identifies and defines categories of technology that have a role in supporting the GRC system and specifically the Elements of the GRC Capability Model™. The Guide categorizes these Technology Categories by: