This dissertation has compared the Anglo-American and Japanese models of Corporate Governance with the aim of determining, which model, when incorporated into a company, is most likely to lead to a corporate success. In order to establish which model would prove to lead to corporate success, important provisions of each model have been analysed, which has resulted in establishing a framework to provide guidance to companies, regarding what they should be considering within their Corporate Governance strategies. The analysis is able to conclude that both the Anglo-American and the Japanese models of Corporate Governance, contain provisions which should be considered to ensure a company reaches corporate success; it is also established that a hybrid model would be an ideal model to incorporate into a company, in order for it to achieve more corporate success.
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