The UK regulator says investors expect detailed reporting on the financial impact of Covid-19, while experts point to the risk of firms “burying bad news”.
Chairs and board members must understand their organisation’s financial risk policy and hedging strategy to ensure that they can ask the right questions—and mitigate the risks posed by volatile financial markets.
The UK government is investigating share buybacks, but could capital allocation be a subject for more disclosure and the corporate governance code?
Reported fraud in the UK rises by 538% to £2.11bn in 15 years, with the financial services sector the worst affected.
A draft of a new law aiming to strengthen occupational pensions in Germany is now in the public domain.
A report from Lincoln Pensions argues that current accounting standards for defined-benefit pension schemes in the UK are not up to scratch.
Taxi service Uber faces a significant pension bill following an employment tribunal ruling.
Lloyd’s City Risk Index warns that a total of $4.6 trillion projected GDP is at risk from manmade and natural disasters in 301 major cities around the world.
Tesco to provide staff with concessions after plans to close its defined benefit pension scheme triggered a flood of complaints from employees and activists.
The shortfall in defined benefit pension schemes would require more than a year’s salary from every person in the UK to fix, a consultancy claims.