As the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive stalls, we must navigate a more complex and costly ESG landscape.
An efficient mechanism for hearing complaints and redressing grievances is a powerful tool for governance and human rights due diligence.
In what may prove an ‘interesting time’ for boards, this year’s governance challenges include reporting changes, sustainability and AI.
Where are the proposals to reinvigorate the London Stock Exchange and boost both public and private UK equity markets?
The LSE’s response to the government’s panicky U-turn on governance regulation is not helpful to NEDs and other stakeholders.
When it comes to understanding what attracts investors to a capital market, the London Stock Exchange has got it wrong.
The government’s bonfire of the regulations expected for audit reform creates a source of uncertainty for business.
Artificial intelligence chatbot hackers are just the latest in a long list of cyber threats, which are not going away any time soon.
We need to ensure that regulations do not inappropriately reduce a board’s ability to take decisions in the best interests of the company.
We must balance the need for disclosure of non-financial information so that it is sufficient, but still proportionate.