LAST YEAR, we wrote about why corporate Boards of Directors should care about their portfolios of non-controlled joint ventures. In short, these portfolios tend to be more material than realized, carry underappreciated and often inappropriately managed levels of risk, and contain latent performance upside – all of which are challenges to corporate Directors increasingly exposed collectively and personally to regulatory and shareholder scrutiny.
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