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Trust vs control

13 January 2014

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Corporate governance mechanisms intended to reduce the risk of opportunistic behaviour among managers can add to the perception that business cannot be trusted

A reputation for trustworthiness is the lifeblood of any firm. Without it, clients and customers do not buy products and services; investors are reluctant to commit funds and may bail out; and staff can feel embarrassed about their ‘guilt by association’, or angry given their innocence.

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