Capital Market Development Authority (CMDA)| Government of the Maldives|

Corporate Governance in Maldives- Paper for the Workshop on "Developments, Structures, Capacity & Roadmap for Enhancing Corporate Standards in Commonwealth Countries"

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This publication outlines the status of corporate governance in the Maldives. The Capital Market Development Authority (CMDA) was established to develop and regulate the Maldives' capital market. The CMDA identifies setbacks from improving corporate governance in the Maldives, and analyzes the capacity of the country to improve. Suggestions are given to increase the country's capacity for good corporate governance. Highlighted topics include overviews on the macroeconomic climate, corporate structure and capital markets of the country, audit, book keeping, internal controls, training and awareness, among others.