Plans for resilience reporting regulations are scrapped in the volte-face, as is the requirement for an audit and assurance policy.
MPs are tabling an amendment to the economic crime and corporate transparency bill to address ‘outdated and ineffective’ liability laws.
The watchdog’s review finds companies are showing more awareness, but need to gather reliable data to be able to monitor their progress.
If boardroom meetings were streamed live for investors, would there be an improvement in board performance? Kieran Moynihan of Board Excellence says radical steps like this are necessary to improve corporate accountability.
The EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive places more responsibilities on companies and provides the basis for a new model of corporate accountability.
Financial Reporting Council sets out a clear message of promoting transparency and integrity among business, while updating its website to improve accessibility.
An amendment to the EU Shareholder Rights Directive aims to encourage effective and sustainable shareholder engagement in listed companies in EU member states.
A survey of Asian executives shows significant improvements in China’s corporate governance standards, including better transparency.
There is renewed hope in France for economic policy and its impact on corporate governance. Michel de Fabiani examines the expected positive outcomes for business.
An update to the Sapin II Law in France aims to improve transparency in business activity, including executive pay, as well as combat corporate corruption.