Corporate Governance Reporting

Wed 01 Jul 2015

The events of the last few years, including the financial crisis and continuing economic pressures, have highlighted the importance of good governance and the way companies are run.

Demonstration of effective governance practices remains of great importance to shareholders and the wider community. A number of reviews triggered by the financial collapse, such as the Walker Review, Sharman Enquiry and the Kay Review have led in particular to amendments in regulation, best practice and guidance. The ability of shareholders to engage and debate with companies on governance issues largely depends on the quality of reporting by companies. This Briefing considers corporate governance reporting requirements depending on the companies listing status.

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