Corporate governance is "the system by which companies are directed and controlled".

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A corporate entity cannot survive in a social vacuum. It has to satisfy the needs of diversified interest groups including shareholders, creditors, auditors and regulators. They are interested to know how the business is governed and whether it is governed in the right way or not. Regulators would like to know to what extent companies comply with preset rules and/or how they apply principles in practice. It is observed that in some countries (like Bangladesh), there is rule-based code on corporate governance; there is principle-based code on corporate governance in some other countries (like Australia) and there is also hybrid code on corporate governance in others. With this end, this paper is an attempt to critically analyze and compare the codes of two different countries on corporate governance.

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Department of Finance and BankingJahangirnagar UniversitySavar, DhakaFNB211: Auditing & TaxationAssignment onCorporate Governance Comparison Submitted by:Sariful Islam (Student ID: 610)Tamjid Saleh (Student ID: 611) Ashfaq-ul- haq oni (Student ID: 621)Jafrin Siddique (Student ID: 1922)Zunaid Hossain (Student ID: 1928)K. M. Zeman Adnan (Student ID: 2128)William Masterson Shah (Student ID: 2129)Submitted to:Md. Shariful IslamLecturerDepartment of Accounting & Information SystemJahangirnagar UniversityOctober 16, 2012Introduction: Corporate governance is a concept that has drawn attention from the corporate world globally in the last decade. A corporate entity cannot survive in a social vacuum. It has to satisfy the needs of diversified interest groups including shareholders, creditors, auditors and regulators. They are interested to know how the business is governed and whether it is governed in the right way or not. Regulators would like to know to what extent companies comply with preset rules and/or how they apply principles in practice. It is observed that in some countries (like Bangladesh), there is rule-based code on corporate governance; there is principle-based code on corporate governance in some other countries (like Australia) and there is also hybrid code on corporate governance in others. With this end, this paper is an attempt to critically analyze and compare the codes of two different countries on corporate gove

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