UK flag, UK government

4 September, 2017

UK government waters down plans to strengthen corporate governance

Watered-down proposals to improve the UK’s corporate governance regime have been
Greg Clark, business secretary, governance reform

29 August, 2017

Governance reform expands reporting obligation of large UK firms

Large non-listed companies in the UK will have to report on how they take into account the interests of employees, shareholders and the environment in which they operate, in what will be the biggest ...
Emmanuel Macron, France

11 July, 2017

France: Macron and the future of corporate governance

The election of president Emmanuel Macron in May, and the success of his representatives in...
Theresa May

19 May, 2017

Tories commit to greater employee involvement in governance

The Conservative Party has made a public commitment to legislate for the inclusion of employee representatives in the running of listed companies. The party also commits itself to requiring companies...
Sports Direct, Keith Hellawell

10 March, 2017

Employee representative ‘will do little’ to fix Sports Direct governance

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20 January, 2017

Bringing stakeholder comms online

Trust in business and, in particular, trust in those who manage business, is at a very low ebb. Politicians and the press have cast doubt on the degree to which directors actually regard the interest...

13 January, 2017

Project launches to improve boardroom understanding of stakeholders

Company secretaries are to work with investors to improve the involvement of employees and stakeholders in the decision-making of company boards. ICSA and the Investment Association are to work on ...
boardroom meeting, gender diversity, female executives

5 January, 2017

Workers on boards

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31 December, 2016

2016: the governance year in review

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Culture

7 December, 2016

Measuring governance: why corporate culture needs a health check

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