France aims for improved corporate culture with the introduction of new whistleblowing protections under a law set up to beat corruption.
India’s markets watchdog creates a committee tasked with producing a report on potential reforms to Indian governance.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has released guidance on achieving a common approach to supervision among EU member states following Brexit.
Diversity in business is often misunderstood, leading to under-representation and stilted career advancement for minority and marginalised professionals. But there are ways to tackle this, while boosting improving performance.
More chief executives are being ousted from their roles for “ethical lapses”, due to tightening regulation and governance, digital communications, the 24-hour news cycle and increased activity in developing economies.
KPMG’s audit of scandal-hit engine maker Rolls-Royce has come under scrutiny by the Financial Reporting Council.
Large French corporates now face new legislation that places a “duty of care” on them, in order to improve risk management and protect human rights, health and safety, and the environment.
The UK IPO process is set to be reformed, as the Financial Conduct Authority proposes changes to improve prospectuses and alleviate the risk of conflicts of interest.