ICAEW asks Liz Truss to progress audit reform; FRC to leave London; reporting earnings per share correctly; ESG committees gain ground.
Objectors say the directive on corporate sustainability and human rights falls short, while companies criticise the demands it makes.
Organisations increasingly struggle with cybersecurity as they balance fear of reputational damage against cyber disclosure requirements.
UK companies are struggling to provide focused disclosures as cyber attacks continue to increase, says the FRC.
The time has come to check whether the benefits of teamwork are still outweighing the costs.
Heavyweight investor’s support boosts Securities and Exchange Commission’s controversial proposed US rules on board ESG disclosures.
Among its complaints, the Business Roundtable argues that no ‘safe harbor’ in the rules will increase the risk of corporate liability.
The right policy and reporting channel for whistleblowing increases awareness and offers protection. But the board also has to listen.
It is easy to see the tragic situation unfolding in Ukraine in terms of a failure of risk perception by both Russia and the West.
In conflicts and crises, people look to both political and business leaders for reassurance, competence and calmness under pressure.