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Mar, 17

Financial Services (FS) has always been an industry that is heavily regulated. However, recent updates from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) mean that for companies within FS – particularly asset managers – the governance spotlight is going to get a lot brighter.  Last year’s introduction of the senior managers and certification regime for banks, building… Read more »



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Nov, 16

Monthly roundup: corporate governance articles

Pensions regulator has demanded more powers to protect workers After the likes of BHS, where 33,000 people were affected, Lesley Titcomb from The Pensions Regulator is asking for new powers to stop final-salary pensions schemes being dumped when companies are sold. We believe that stronger governance around these areas are needed to stop people at… Read more »


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Feb, 16

Monthly roundup: corporate governance articles

We like to keep up with the latest news and articles on corporate governance. Here’s a list of our favourites from January: Businesses that don’t take ethical approach can regret it, professor says. We strongly believe that ethical business is good business and that it should not take a financial crisis or a corporate governance… Read more »


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Jan, 16

Monthly roundup: corporate governance articles

We like to keep up with the latest news and articles on corporate governance. Here’s a list of our favourites from December: Boardroom diversity is falling in some of America’s biggest companies. African-Americans have become a shrinking presence in the boardrooms of the biggest U.S. companies in recent years, setting back a push by pension… Read more »