17 January, 2018

Half of large corporates have unreported compliance breaches

More than half of UK companies have compliance breaches that remain unreported to regulators, according to new research. The survey reveals that 52% of large corporates are aware of "compliance iss...
The Hague, Den Haag

8 December, 2017

Dutch shareholders oppose inclusion of governance in accountants’ role

A Dutch shareholder association has written to the corporate governance commission, protesting against a planned measure that would extend the role of accountants in the drafting of a company’s corp...
Richard Fenning, Control Risks

27 April, 2017

Companies are at risk from failing to invest in compliance, research shows

Just over a quarter of executives responsible for compliance attend all board meetings, according to new research which looked at the compliance practices of large corporates around the world. The ...

7 December, 2016

Compliance: why it pays to stay on the right side of the law

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10 October, 2016

Indian businesses under pressure over women on boards

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8 September, 2015

Toshiba restructures board

Toshiba, the Japanese technology conglomerate, is to begin reforming its governance in the wake of posting a net $317m loss for the 12 months to March this year. The loss comes following an account...

28 May, 2015

Small quoted companies lag behind on strategic reporting

Smaller quoted companies need more help to adapt to strategic (integrated) reporting, according to the head of the UK's Financial Reporting Council (FRC). Stephen Haddrill, chief executive of the F...