The agency problem in corporate governance


In a company, the decision-making mechanism can be complicated. Since there are more players involved, the existence of a regulation is necessary. Corporate governance is a set of rules of decision-making processes whereby companies are internally managed and supervised by the Board of Directors to protect the interests of all external and internal users (stakeholders). By issuing and implementing decision-making rules and procedures, corporate governance also distributes the rights and responsibilities of each of those involved.

PKF Finconta brings an expat at the leadership of the Transfer Pricing team


PKF Finconta, the 10th-largest audit and tax consulting firm among the top firms in Bucharest in this industry sector, named Nilanjan Nag, Manager, at the leadership of the Transfer Pricing team.

5 activities of an outstanding manager


The leadership and management roles, although different, they become complementary in driving the company to success.

The business outlook of professional services in Romania


Defined in terms of today’s progress paradigm, a country's performing economy is service-based.

From 'I am the company', to 'the company is each of us'


Transforming the business environment forces leaders to transform themselves. The operating environment of companies is heavily influenced by the pace of change and the complexity of challenges. In this environment, characterized by high volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, leaders have to perform well. Their mission is increasingly more difficult, and guaranteed recipes of success do not exist.

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