16 October, 2017

Opposition to listing rule changes continue to build

The UK's financial regulator is has come under further pressure to halt proposed changes that would allow sovereign owned companies to list on the London Stock Exchange. The changes are widely view...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Malaysian boards

13 July, 2017

Malaysian boards urged to establish good governance incentive schemes

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) chairman, Tan Sri Ranjit Ajit Singh, has urged corporate boards to set up incentive structures that compel board members to focus on long-term goals instead of ...
executive pay reform

7 April, 2017

Transparency should be at the heart of executive pay reform

Will greater transparency in high executive pay curb boardroom excess? The high pay packages of top executives have been stirring up widespread concern across continental Europe and the UK, triggering...
Snapchat, differential share ownership, IPO

30 March, 2017

Why one share, one vote is the best long-term investment option

The protection and enhancement of minority shareholder rights has been a long-standing focus of the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN). As such, ICGN has long advocated a preference for...

25 January, 2017

Unions and business groups unite to call for strengthened governance

In a rare act of unity, leaders from unions and the business world have joined together in urging the UK prime minister to beef up corporate governance.

20 December, 2016

Corporate commitment to ESG principles will survive Trump

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diversity

9 December, 2016

Guidance on board diversity issued

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Pay inequality

9 December, 2016

Remuneration guidance published

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