Abe's transformation of Japanese corporate governance will live on

Abe's influence will persevere

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The assassination of Shinzo Abe, one of Japan’s longest serving and most influential prime ministers, will be remembered as a deeply sad day for Japanese politics.

Aside from his many other accomplishments, Abe's move to reform corporate governance within Japan was particularly well received by the global investment community, providing much-needed stability to investors across the world.  His tragic death will not mark the end of the positive transformation he set in motion. Abe's successors have already signalled their intent to extend the former prime minister's popular market reforms, a clear cause for optimism around the country's investment outlook. Below, we highlight several positive governance developments likely to support the region over...

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