Tuesday, 3rd October 2017
Learn about the Quoted Companies Alliance's 25 year history - from our formation in 1992 to all of our achievements and successes.
This month we cover the joint report by ICSA: the Governance Institute and Henley Business School on managing boardroom tension and the Office of Tax Simplification's recommendations for reforming, digitising and simplifying stamp duty on paper documents.
Give your views on the QCA position paper regarding the future of the UK market structure for quoted companies
We have published the first edition of a position paper,which sets out our vision for the future of the UK market structure for quoted companies to ensure UK capital markets remain vibrant, efficient and continue to generate growth and jobs.
Watch our highlights video of what our investors and journalists had to say at the recent Q&A with the QCA Investor Forum.
This month we cover the FCA's second Policy Statement on MiFID II, the FRC deferring its decision on updating FRS 102 for major changes in IFRS and Tomorrow's Company report on the role of non-executive directors.
Together with Mazars we have created a board effectiveness review to enable a board to stand back and assess its strengths and areas for development. Download your copy and have your whole board complete the questionnaire.
The Quoted Companies Alliance has been celebrating 25 years of championing the interests of small and mid-size quoted companies by opening the market at the London Stock Exchange and holding an anniversary forum and reception.
This month we cover the ICAEW's report on the future of corporate reporting and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force in May 2018.
This month we cover the Financial Reporting Lab's report on the future of digital reporting, the Investment Association's long-term reporting guidance and the Pre-Emption Group's latest monitoring report on its Statement of Principles and annex of best practice.
Andrew Pearson and Richard Ufland, Partners at Hogan Lovells International LLP, and Julie Stanbrook, PSL Counsel at Hogan Lovells International LLP, explain how additional anti-money laundering measures will change the requirements about PSC information.
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Wednesday, 20th September 2017
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