The LSE’s response to the government’s panicky U-turn on governance regulation is not helpful to NEDs and other stakeholders.
When it comes to understanding what attracts investors to a capital market, the London Stock Exchange has got it wrong.
The government’s bonfire of the regulations expected for audit reform creates a source of uncertainty for business.
Plans for resilience reporting regulations are scrapped in the volte-face, as is the requirement for an audit and assurance policy.
There is an “urgent need” for reform to the audit landscape as well as internal audit, the Chartered IIA argues.
Watchdog ‘lays groundwork for the creation of ARGA’ with planned consultation on audit committee ‘minimum standards’.
The collapse of two AIM-listed companies recently have highlighted potential regulatory failings in the stock exchange, leading commentators to debate whether the market should tighten up its governance rules.