The Chartered Governance Institute calls for firms to disclose more data on board performance reviews, including conflicts of interest.
New proposals call on providers of board evaluations to disclose the measures they take to avoid conflicts of interest and to sign up to a new code of conduct.
There is also a recommendation that companies sign up to a list of good practice principles. The government is also being asked to consider a public register of all the reviewers signed up to the new code.
The measures come in a report from the Chartered Governance Institute following a request by the government to review the world of board evaluations.
According to the institute's chief executive, Sara Drake, the review found no major failings but did find room for improvemen
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