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In the KornFerry survey, the former CEO of the company sits on the board at 30% of US companies and 44% of French companies. 5. Many directors hold only small or token stakes in the equity of their corporations. The remuneration they receive as directors vastly exceeds any returns that they make on their stockholdings, thus making it unlikely that they will feel any empathy for stockholders, if stock prices drop. 6. In many companies in the United States, the CEO chairs the board of directors whereas in much of Europe, the chairman is an independent board member.
Hewitt Associates, an executive search firm, reports that 67 percent of 100 firms that they surveyed offer retirement plans for their directors. 10 11 3. In some firms, a significant percentage of the directors work for the firm, can be categorized as insiders and are unlikely to challenge the chief executive office (CEO). Even when directors are outsiders, they are often not independent, insofar as the company’s CEO often has a major say in who serves on the board. Korn/Ferry’s annual survey of boards also found in 1988 that 74 percent of the 426 companies it surveyed relied on recommendations by the CEO to come up with new directors, whereas only 16 percent used a search firm.
1989, “The Weekend Effect in Information Releases: A Study of Earnings and Dividend Announcements,” Review of Financial Studies, 2(4), 607–623. 23 To illustrate the pervasiveness of the misstatements in the financial statements, the cash balance that was reported on the balance sheet did not exist. 4. Reputation and Market Access Which of the following types of firms is more likely to mislead markets? Explain. a. Companies that access markets infrequently to raise funds for operations—they raise funds internally.