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.
The trend for boards favouring internal pipelines for CEO succession creates an opportunity to nurture talented women.
Consumers and employers expect ethical corporate behaviour—and will vote with their feet when trust is breached.
The current debate on terminology overlooks the fact that business and business leaders have always had an impact on politics.
Avoid virtual-only annual general meetings: although pragmatic in an emergency, they water down shareholders’ rights.
In the world of investing, maturity has revealed significant practical shortcomings in combining environmental, social and governance.
Shareholders with a controlling interest influence not only financial matters but can also wield great power over policy and politics.
Sustainability and net-zero commitments may not be enough. We need companies to take a long-term view of ESG and promote regeneration.
There is an “urgent need” for reform to the audit landscape as well as internal audit, the Chartered IIA argues.