The remit and responsibilities of the chief financial officer have changed, which can seem daunting for those entering the role.
Back in the office ‘by 2026’; personal conduct is a growing risk; how to be a CFO; avoiding corporate scandals.
But organisations that approach diversity, equity and inclusion from a compliance perspective fail to reap its benefits, research finds.
Many organisations are slow to reckon the cost of sustainability issues on their financial performance, global research reveals.
Neglecting diversity and inclusion in volatile times will prove to be a false economy for boards in the longer term.
Learning lessons from the CBI; US say-on-climate voting enthusiasm dims; calls for higher executive pay… and for pay restraint.
Companies appear to be sticking with experienced leaders—to the detriment of progress—suggests FTSE 350 boardroom research.
Report on this year’s boards shows that 22% of UK chief executives had never had an executive role before becoming CEO.
Just 19% of chair, chief executive, chief financial officer or senior independent director roles went to women in 2021.
Research reveals disconnect between what boards say about the significance of climate change and their actual policies.