by Yasutake Okano
Japanese financial institutions have started to work on upgrading their corporate governance through such means as appointing multiple nonexecutive directors in response to government-led legal reforms. G-SIFIs have boards predominantly comprised of nonexecutive directors and are already moving on to board performance evaluations.
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