Tag Archives: House of Commons

A new U.K. Corporate Governance Code will require directors to look beyond shareholders’ interests

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The long-awaited consultation by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) on revisions to the U.K. Corporate Governance Code was published in December 2017. The Code has been revised many times since it was first introduced in 1992, but these changes are … Continue reading →

A House of Commons Select Committee spells trouble for company directors, and joy for the plaintiffs’ bar

A little while ago, I blogged about the Financial Reporting Council’s (“FRC”) proposal that it be given the power to impose sanctions on all listed company directors who preside over serious accounting irregularities. Now it seems these proposals not only … Continue reading →