While the Covid-19 pandemic dominated the 2020 news agenda, it also put a host of other corporate governance issues in the spotlight.
This year has been one of the most disruptive, enraging, fear-inducing and thought-provoking years on record. The UK entered 2020 with a new government focused on implementing Brexit, yet by the spring the country was in the grip of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus coloured the rest of the year and continues to hold the world to ransom. Business and governance has had to adapt. And it has underlined the need for boards to think much about their stakeholders: employees, suppliers and customers. A selection of our top stories from 2020 reflect this.
1. UK government set to implement mandatory TCFD reporting
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