1. Demonstrate an advanced and detailed knowledge and understanding of the fundamental legal concepts that characterise corporate identity and activity in a global context 2. Demonstrate an advanced and analytical knowledge and understanding of the theoretical framework underpinning corporate governance theories, strategies and regulation “Had a Code such as ours been in existence in the past, we believe that a number of the recent examples of unexpected company failures and cases of fraud would have received attention earlier. It must, however, be recognised that no system of control can eliminate the risk of fraud without so shackling companies as to impede their ability to compete in the market place.” Paragraph 1.9, Report of the Committee on the Financial Aspects of Corporate Governance (The Cadbury Committee), December 1992 Critically analyse this statement with reference to corporate failures both before and after the Cadbury Report, and identify and critique the steps taken by authorities in the UK and internationally since 1992 to address the problem identified in the statement.
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