Melting ice cap

19 November, 2020

Roadmap to mandatory TCFD reporting ‘should focus minds’

When it comes to mandatory climate-related risk reporting there isn’t as much time as recent headlines might suggest. The government has said the legal framework to make it compulsory will be in pla...
Currency symbols on the sand of tax havens

12 May, 2020

MPs call for ban on state aid for firms using tax havens

The return to work may be dominating discussion in the UK at the moment but some politicians are attempting to use corporate governance as criteria for managing aid to large companies. The MPs, mos...
Warning sign alerting climate risk

13 February, 2020

UK government set to implement mandatory TCFD reporting

The move to have UK companies report on climate-related risks using guidelines from the Task Force on Climate-related Fina...
audit committee, high-quality audit

3 December, 2019

Audit committees ‘need a makeover’ to help fix audit

The UK government may have placed audit reform on hold while it goes through the torture of a general election, but others continue to debate and call for improvements to audit committees. Not leas...
Greg Clark

18 October, 2017

Ministers seek greater powers to block foreign takeovers

The UK government is to strengthen Britain's takeover regime to protect companies that raise national security issues. Currently the government can only intervene in takeovers of companies with a t...