Year in Review, 24th December 2018
This past year has been packed with governance events from the launch of new codes, executive pay debates, and leadership behaviour debacles to climate change, cybersecurity scandals and the Khashoggi murder.
Corporate sustainability, 20th December 2018
A new study reveals that boards accept the critical nature of sustainability, but may struggle with the right policies.
ESG, 3rd January 2019
Businesses everywhere are developing sustainability policies. Implementation is never easy, but the right guidance can show the way.
Governance structures, 19th December 2018
In an era of tightening regulation and increased shareholder scrutiny, boards are increasing oversight of their satellite companies to ensure they operate within robust frameworks.
Banking governance, 21st December 2018
Boards of banks face an increasingly broad array of responsibilities when managing foreign subsidiaries, ensuring the parent company has control and oversight without sacrificing independence or creating a culture of complacency.
Labour relations, 5th November 2018
Google staff staged a walkout in their thousands over the handling of sexual misconduct cases, possibly one of the first such actions where highly paid workers protested over company values.
Executive pay, 7th November 2018
Germany's new governance code takes aim at executive pay and boardroom independence.