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Governance is your corporate constitution. It contains the necessary rules, procedures and laws according to which your company is managed.

Governance is therefore a concept that defines principles. The aim is to achieve and maintain good corporate governance. In addition to the hard rules, which are usually derived from the law, it also encompasses the ethical and moral basis of the company, its responsibility for its employees, for resources and for the common good. Even if it may sound somewhat pathetic, the “DNA” of your company lies in the corporate constitution.

In the case of medium-sized companies, this approach usually involves the shareholders in a special way. The close relationship between the shareholders and the company and the mutual dependencies require clarity in dealing with each other and clarity in dealing with change.

The company constitution is your clear commitment to the multifaceted responsibility as a company owner. In addition to the company and the shareholders, the entrepreneurial family is a direct component of governance.

Governance establishes the guidelines for the individual management and control structure of the company. The addition of a family constitution ensures that the business family is morally bound by agreed regulations. The articles of association and inheritance contracts legally bind the regulations.

THE MAK’ED TEAM recognises the special features of family businesses, business families and family assets. We support you, your company and your family in creating a suitable and individualised corporate structure.

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We see ourselves as MAKERS, partners and project managers for our clients with the aim of pushing their future viability. With our high level of practical knowledge and our many years of international experience, we work worldwide.

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Compliance in SMEs – Achieving the Objectives Pragmatically

Compliance in SMEs – Achieving the Objectives Pragmatically

A frequent experience in our customer projects is that our medium-sized customers react to the topic of compliance with the critical question: “And who is going to do that? Of course, a medium-sized company does not have the same resources as a group of companies, where a compliance department with several members deals with the […]

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