boardroom, chair, chairman, board, ftse 100

11 December, 2017

One-fifth of FTSE 100 chairs could be affected by nine-year tenure rule

Almost a fifth of boardroom chairmen in the FTSE 100 could be forced to move on from their role after nine years, according to proposed measures in a
Theresa May, prime minister

8 December, 2017

UK’s draft new governance code has a social mission

There were no big condemnations, no one cried foul; the release of the F...
governance code, UK Corporate Governance Code, FRC

5 December, 2017

Plans released for ‘shorter, sharper’ UK Corporate Governance Code

Proposals for a “shorter, sharper” UK Corporate Governance Code have been published by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC). Building on the findings from the

5 December, 2017

UK’s new governance code targets corporate culture, wider society and pay

A proposed new UK corporate governance code will stress the need for boards to consider their “contribution to wider society” and place new responsibilities on directors to manage company culture....
pay slip, wages, salary, remuneration

5 December, 2017

Remuneration committees’ remit broadened under revised UK Code

Wider workforce pay and policy influence, and details on how this relates to executive remuneration, would come under the remit of remuneration committees under a revised UK Corporate Governance Code....
data, data analytics, technology

6 November, 2017

How technology could transform board evaluations

The government’s planned changes to the UK C...
boardroom, best practice standards, corporate governance

25 October, 2017

The guardianship circle: praxis of governance and audit committees

As anyone who has served on a board knows, what happens in practice in company boardrooms can be far different from best practice corporate governance standards, such as those promulgated in the Finan...
FRC update, FRC's new website

31 August, 2017

FRC updates mission statement and website to improve transparency

The UK’s governance regulator has set out its mission as “promoting transparency and integrity in business”, as part of an update of its image. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has
Sports Direct, Keith Hellawell

4 August, 2017

Major investors ditch Sports Direct holdings as governance concerns continue

Major investors have divested their holdings in Sports Direct, as the retailer continues to battle to convince the markets that it has improved its governance. Standard Life has sold its 5.8% holdi...