9 November, 2017

FTSE 350 firms urged to increase gender diversity in leadership teams

A target for gender diversity in FTSE 100 leadership teams has been extended to the next 250 largest listed companies. The Hampton-Alexander Review followed Lord Davies’s report and targ...
bank notes

21 April, 2017

CEO pay is falling, says PwC study of annual reports

The first 40 major companies to publish their annual reports revealed that chief executive pay is falling. Analysis of the FTSE 100 members by professional services firm PwC showed that 42.5% of ...
UK parliament, governance reform

21 February, 2017

Government told shareholder engagement ‘does not work’

The current system of shareholder engagement "does not work" and is the answer to many of the problems affecting UK corporate governance, according to a group representing individual shareholders in t...

20 February, 2017

FTSE 100 wealth manager to seek more focus on ESG investment

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7 February, 2017

Lack of cybersecurity expertise on FTSE 100 boards ‘alarming’

Just 5% of FTSE 100 boards have members with either technology or cybersecurity expertise, according to a survey of annual reports from professional services firm

1 February, 2017

Why women struggle with shorter boardroom tenure

Much has been made of recent progress in appointing women to company boards in the UK, particularly in the FTSE 100. However, for a woman, being appointed to the board is only half the problem. Stayin...
Pound coins

4 January, 2017

High Pay Commission declares ‘Fat Cat Wednesday’

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Modern slavery

18 October, 2016

FTSE 100 falls short on reporting under Modern Slavery Act

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