cybersecurity

25 June, 2019

Cybersecurity: how to close the knowledge gap

As cybersecurity becomes a mainstream business risk, boards are coming under increasing pressure from customers, regulators, investors and the government to understand and oversee potential breaches e...
Riverford founder Guy Singh-Watson

5 June, 2019

Cultivating trust in business: Guy Singh-Watson, Riverford

There can’t be too many corporate leaders around whose day can include boardroom meetings and an attempt to cull perennial weeds that threaten freshly planted trees. But that is Guy Singh-Watson, fo...
cybersecurity, technology

29 May, 2019

Banking on better cybersecurity

J P Morgan Chase’s chief executive and chair Jamie Dimon has been touted as a potential US presidential candidate, but anyone scouring his annual letter to shareholders for evidence of political amb...
organisational models, people, employees

26 May, 2019

Organisational models: why teal is the new colour of business

To a certain extent, corporate governance is no longer treated only as a legal matter dealing with structures and procedures, but is increasingly perceived as leverage to serve other objectives. In...
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...
businessmen, handshake

30 April, 2019

Executives: the new social leaders

Big corporations have traditionally been seen as a bogeyman by people fighting for social and environmental change. But the latest annual Edelman Trust Barometer, which researched 33,000 citizens acro...
Laura Codruta Kovesi

29 April, 2019

Risk hotspots: a global roundup

Economy — South Korea Unemployment in South Korean hit a nine-year high of 4.4% in January, offering more bad news as the economy slows. Manufacturing and retail have seen the worst of the...
UK parliament, governance reform

25 April, 2019

Audit committees: increased scrutiny is the only certainty

There is a very good chance that life is about to get much tougher for audit committee members. While in the past those serving on the board committees that supervise auditors may have undertaken thei...
Canada, Canadian flag

11 April, 2019

Country profile: Canada

Fast facts GDP in 2017 US$1.7trn GDP growth in 2018 1.8% Population 37m Inflation in 2018 2.4% Heavy construction
men, women, business team

10 April, 2019

The gendered corporation

In the wake of the most recent economic crash, popular analysts looked at the gender of those involved in corporate governance and asked whether the recession would have happened if there were more wo...