The paper analyses more than a decade of corporate governance development in the Slovak Republic. After the introductory part (Part 1), the second part analyses ownership concentration patterns of the Slovak listed companies. Part 3 focuses on corporate restructuring as developed due to ownership changes. Corporate governance in banking sector is the topic of the Part 4. Evaluation of the impact of management changes on corporate governance system is studied in Part 5.In Part 6 are discussed changes in corporate governance as a consequence of implementation of legislation, regulation and self-regulation. Non-governmental initiatives, supporting the effort for higher transparency on capital market and better corporate governance, are studied in Part 7. In the final part (Part 8), a brief evaluation of expected development in the area of activities initiated at international and supranational levels is outlined.