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Inside the Fall of Dubai Private Equity Firm ‘Abraaj Holdings’: Lessons Drawn Introduction Since earlier, corporate governance issues have attracted many academics, media and business attention. For example, issues such as corporate failure and collapse, abuse of management power, corporate fraud and the excess of executive remuneration, have all been the main topics in the companies’ annual general meeting (AGM),...
This blog post presents a condensed version of Dr Mukarrum Ahmed’s (Lancaster University) article in the December 2018 issue of the Journal of Private International Law. The blog post includes specific references to the actual journal article to enable the reader to branch off into the detailed discussion. The journal article is a companion publication to the author’s recent book...

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Inside the Fall of Dubai Private Equity Firm ‘Abraaj Holdings’: Lessons...

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