[28 March 2018] - The OECD-Southeast Asia Corporate Governance Initiative was developed with the aim of supporting the development of vibrant and healthy capital markets through the advancement of corporate governance standards in the region. Recognising the specific reform needs of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Viet Nam (CLMV), the Initiative provides tailored support for these countries in the area of Corporate Governance. The fifth meeting of the OECD-Southeast Asia Corporate Governance Initiative, held on 28-29 in Yangon, discussed the steps taken by the governments of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Viet Nam towards the development and improvement of sound corporate governance frameworks since the Initiative started in 2014.
At the event, representatives from Myanmar, Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia presented recent developments and national corporate governance achievements. The meeting will be hosted by the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration of Myanmar (DICA) in collaboration with the OECD and with the support of the Government of Japan.
At the request OECD and DICA, Economica Vietnam presented the updates on ASEAN Economic Development, the broader view on the capital market in ASEAN, the level of corporate governance in each of the ASEAN member State and how corporate governance has affected the growth of capital market and eventually economic development in each AMS and in ASEAN as a whole. The presentation by Economica can be found at the Resource Centre of this website.