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On the broader question of chaebols, Cho Chang-hoon, professor at Hallym University of Graduate Studies, said while the conglomerates benefit from centralised decision-making they are often open to attack, including from investors, on environmental, social and governance issues.
Lee has pledged to change Samsung and make compliance and social responsibility top priorities, in part by ensuring that an independent compliance panel set up last year continues to operate.
The judges who will rule on Monday have said they will take the issue of compliance into account in making their decision.
“This is the first trial that proposed compliance as a mitigating factor in sentencing and it could lead to it being utilised in South Korea’s charisma-led chaebol culture as a way to build consensus with external stakeholders,” Cho said.