TARI assists companies in monetising corporate governance through its specially designed framework which aims at disaggregating relative economic importance of
The objective is to determine economic importance and interplay of performance and governance in the market price of shares. It segregates relative weights given by capital markets to performance and governance to present the interaction of these factors embedded in the valuation of share price (P/E) of an entity. This is a unique proposition arising out of our research and evaluation work.
Our framework covers risks to companies from regulators, shareholders, investors, activists and others. We provide knowhow to mitigate risks arising out of governance lapses and determine whether the performance, quality of governance and managements’ actions make the company investible over a longer period.
In a few decades, the relationship between the environment, resources and conflict may seem almost as obvious as the connection we see today between human rights, democracy and peace
WangariMaathai (1940 – 2011), environmental activist, first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004