23 12月 論文代寫價格-對新西蘭政府的幾點建議
Primarily, it is recommended that the Governance system of New Zealand has to improve. At present, some researchers note that there is a financial environment that seems to be heading towards the same financial bubble crises that countries such as the United States faced in the past. Lack of risk control issues must be checked for in NZ. Now although NZ is part of the OECD system and hence ratifies and implements the G20 initiatives with respect to corporate responsibility in financial undertakings. There could still be room for improvement and NZ financial institutions have to focus on them.
Secondly, NZ financial institutions must check into how much protection they are giving to their stockholder interests. Stockholder interests have to be protected and hence it is critical for the corporation to work on the same. Board composition and practices must take into account stockholder interests in order to ensure the market does not get shorted by stockholders pulling out their stocks when they feel their assets are being threatened.
Thirdly, there are lessons to be understood from the movie the insider. Now at the executive level, there are many needs for changes as ethical and moral aspects of the directors come into scrutiny. It is necessary for the head of institutions in NZ to maintain a high level of ethical integrity when it comes to handling and making decision for the company and their stockholders. Individuals with financial learning need to be appointed in the context of working with major financial security choices. The movie highlights how it was possible for a person with little and no knowledge of stocks to actually become a stock broker, such kinds of situation must be avoided. The role of the Non executive director must be defined more stringently and the penalties and more should be called upon for the slightest of breaches.
Fourthly, in the context of protecting stockholder interests, New Zealand should from time to time hold public panels and forums where stockholder opinions on financial institutions could be collected. It would also be possible for companies to share information in a more financial transparent way in this context.
Finally, in the case of the New Zealand, the lending rates are at an all-time low and it does seem like a predictor for a housing bubble situation like the United States. The base lending rate, the ten-year government yield bonds, the hot money flows and more are seen mimic the case of the United States. While the low interest rates were encouraged for the sake of increasing investments, and more, it is necessary for NZ to work on slowly reducing this all-time low. GDP increase must be focused on but must be done such that short term interest rates are brought back to their original value as compared to the all-time low situation they are in currently.