Research suggests implementing the government’s proposed internal controls reforms alone could cost between £10m and £20m per company.
Nicholas Jordan and Patrick Martin have been appointed as non-executive directors on the board of ITI Group.
Chair Shriti Vadera says the two new non-executive directors’ extensive pan-Asian experience will help “guide Prudential’s transformation”.
This year has seen 111 mega deals, up on last year’s 97, despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and uncertainty over Brexit.
Analysts say that increasing corporate debt is often tied to share buybacks, which in turn relates to the sale of stock by executives.
Fraser is currently president of Citi and CEO of global consumer banking, and will start her new role in early 2021.
Big brands are using company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) to manage the financial impact of Covid-19. But experts warn they can damage the reputation of businesses—and directors.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) are some of the most challenging and risky endeavours board members encounter—so make sure you know the pitfalls.
Both WPP and Adidas have delayed plans to employ the controversial capital management tool, reflecting ongoing concerns in the UK and US about its use.
Sustainable finance expert Sasja Beslik says the industry is changing, but that many still see sustainability principles “as a restriction”.