Board Agenda reports on a handful of risk-related tremors around the world, from UK election woes to Eurozone growth and a renewable energy spike.
Theresa May came to power promising to overhaul corporate governance. The general election result throws into doubt the future of Brexit negotiations as well as potential governance reforms.
Conservative Party manifesto sees Theresa May commit to employee involvement in the running of their companies, annual votes on executive pay and the publication of pay ratios.
Labour’s manifesto includes measures on curbing excessive executive pay, but there are concerns about the level of proposed state intervention.
Labour party manifesto will include a new levy to be charged to companies for each employee earning above key thresholds.
Politicians lay out their policies on corporate governance as general election campaigning intensifies.
Confederation of British Industry releases an election manifesto for business, with calls for greater shareholder powers over pay and reporting on employee engagement.
Directors could be fined or struck off if they fail to protect pension schemes, according to a policy announcement by prime minister Theresa May.