remuneration, remco, pay, CEO pay, employee pay

19 August, 2019

FTSE 100 CEO pay falls as investors retain focus on remuneration policy

Median chief executive pay has fallen in the FTSE 100, according to new figures. Research from Deloitte claims median pay dropped from £4m to £3.4m in 2018, while the number of companies facing l...
Hong Kong

14 August, 2019

Controversy in Hong Kong over mandatory ESG reporting

While protests over Hong Kong’s political future make headlines around the world, there is another much quieter battle going on behind the scenes over the future of the territory’s corporate gover...
sustainable funds, sustainability, growth

12 August, 2019

Sustainable funds prosper as strategic shift gathers pace

The evidence that fund managers across Europe have switched their attention to the sustainability of their stock picks grew this week, this time with research revealing proof of the strategic shift—...
Greek flag, Athens, Greece

19 June, 2019

Greece tops list of most complex international jurisdictions

Greece tops the list of the most difficult countries in which to do business, according to new research into business complexity, with some of the world’s biggest economies—Brazil, Germany and Chi...
city, eye, data, breach, cybersecurity, big brother

3 May, 2019

The outlook for governance in 2019

This could be a significant year in the development of governance. Among the big topics in 2019, boards need to get to grips with cybersecurity, manage the changing nature of engagement and come to te...
whistleblower, whistleblowing, whistle, red card, yellow card

29 March, 2019

What boards need to know about whistleblowing

Big corporate scandals have made whistleblowing a headline topic. From Danske Bank to the Panama Papers, whistleblowers have thrown a spotlight on problematic behaviour. Politicians and regulators ...
UK parliament, governance reform

26 March, 2019

MPs call on regulator to get tough on executive pay


The new governance and accounting regulator for the UK should have powers to tackle companies over excessive executive pay levels, according to a report from an influential House of Commons committee....
documents, business papers, board packs, board papers

14 February, 2019

How information overload can threaten board effectiveness

The composition of boards, their agenda and processes for decision-making are critical to ensuring boards discharge their responsibilities. But the quality of their decision-making is critically depen...
compliance

11 September, 2018

Understanding the true costs of compliance and non-compliance

Making sure that your business is fully compliant across different countries is not easy, but is necessary for the operation of the company. The unknowledgeable busin...
Compliance, regulation

13 February, 2018

Compliance: take it or leave it

Compliance may mean meeting legal or regulatory obligations, but in a corporate setting, compliance is viewed as a cost from both a people and a financial resource perspective. “Essent...