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One more item for Germany’s to-do list following the Wirecard scandal: re-assess the country’s two-tier board system.

German companies are run by executives on a management board. Above them sits a supervisory board of non-executives, whose explicit duties are appointing, supervising and advising the managers. A long-standing question is whether these supervisory boards properly protect investors’ interests...

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