PwC survey reveals extent of investors’ concerns about the truth of corporate commitments on environmental issues.
Among its complaints, the Business Roundtable argues that no ‘safe harbor’ in the rules will increase the risk of corporate liability.
Experts advise that by boosting their annual reporting, boards can build trust and form more meaningful relationships with investors.
As UK government proposals increase responsibilities for directors, our latest podcast discusses the impact on internal controls and dividends.
The reforms will place renewed scrutiny on boards, audit committees and their work—and it’s essential that boards review the key issues.
Engagement figures from LGIM show investors did not allow Covid-19 to shift their focus from core concerns such as diversity and climate.
The FRC has been considering what cutting-edge corporate reporting looks like—and it involves virtual and augmented reality.
The watchdog is maintaining pressure on companies to be transparent in reporting the impact of the pandemic on their prospects.
The ICGN’s policy director has called for the inclusion of share buy-backs in the UK’s corporate governance code, which the government is currently reviewing.
Higgins, Board Agenda’s resident cartoonist, seems to think that some board executives just don’t get this whole sustainability thing—but their businesses will lose out in the end if they don’t embrace it.