Corporate transparency


Corporate transparency

Corporate transparency is set of information, privacy, and business policies to improve corporate decisionmaking and operations openness to employees, stakeholders, shareholders and the general public. Standard & Poor's has included a definition of corporate transparency in its GAMMA Methodology aimed at analysis and assessment of corporate governance. As a part of this work, Standard & Poor's Governance Services publishes the Transparency Index calculated as the average score for the largest public companies in various countries.

Corporate transparency has also been used to refer to radical transparency in corporate governance.

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