There is an “urgent need” for reform to the audit landscape as well as internal audit, the Chartered IIA argues.
Board directors are entering a tough new era, with regulatory proposals to impose sanctions for directors who deliberately put their employees’ pensions at risk.
A report from the Financial Reporting Council delivers scathing criticism of PwC’s audit of collapsed retail chain BHS and the partner who headed the work.
Directors could be fined or struck off if they fail to protect pension schemes, according to a policy announcement by prime minister Theresa May.
Large private companies should be subject to the same governance rules as publicly listed companies, concludes committee of MPs.
Corporate governance in the UK is under scrutiny. Stephen Haddrill, chief executive of the UK’s governance regulator, discusses where he believes change should come.
HMRC has arrested Dominic Chappell as part of an ongoing inquiry into unpaid taxes, linked to his firm Swiss Rock.
The scandal at BHS has caused demands for better governance in privately owned companies. Do they need a new code, or are the right tools already available?
UK business has made “great strides” in corporate governance, but recent events at BHS and Sports Direct have prompted questions about the behaviour of some directors. David Doughty argues that business needs to clean up its act.
Financial Reporting Council clarifies its role in investigating the collapse of UK retailer BHS following criticism.