On behalf of the All Party Parliamentary Corporate Governance Group, the London Business School has carried out a piece of research examining the values and characteristics of a sample of UK listed companies that have persistently outperformed the market. The LBS report has focused on ensuring that the findings add value to the work of Parliamentarians and has therefore ensured that the report contains possible policy recommendations based on the findings of the research. The results were presented to members of the Group on 24 February 2015 at the House of Commons by LBS students Terk Kwong and Mehul Bhatt. Further details can be found below
Kwong Terk Ming is a diplomat from the Singapore Foreign Service. Prior to London, he was heading the North America Desk in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore. For his overseas assignment, he served in the Singapore Embassy in Tokyo. He speaks English, Mandarin and Japanese.
Mehul Bhatt is an experienced business professional with experience of living and working in Europe, North America and Africa with two multinationals – Chevron Corp. and A. P. Moller – Maersk. Prior to MBA, he was the Country Head and Commercial Head for A. P. Moller Maersk in East Africa. He speaks English, Hindi, Danish and Gujarati.
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