Thursday, 19th September 2019
Over 350 members of the small and mid-size quoted company community attended our Annual Dinner on 7 September to recognise the tenacity and resilience of the sector in times of uncertainty.
Tell us your views on the aftermath of the UK's referendum on its EU membership and the Market Abuse Regulation.
This month we cover the FRC's conference on culture, the European Commission's communication on Capital Market Union reforms and the Institute of Directors' 2016 Good Governance Report.
This month we cover the Executive Remuneration Working Group's Final Report, the FRC's update on improving reporting by smaller listed and AIM companies and the GC100 and Investor Group directors' remuneration reporting guidance.
At one of our Annual Conference's breakout sessions, QCA Chairman Michael Higgins chaired a panel including Debbie Farman of Jordans Corporate Law Limited, Victoria Younghusband of Charles Russell Speechlys LLP and Stuart Andrews of FinnCap, who explained the requirements of the Register of People with Significant Control and the Market Abuse Regulation.
Breakout Session 2 - How to sleep better at night: corporate reporting practices to avoid destroying your reputation
At one of our Annual Conference's breakout sessions, Alan Newman of YouGov PLC chaired a panel including Anna Colban of the FRC, Will Pomroy of Hermes Investment Management and Philippa Foster-Black CBE of the Institute of Business Ethics, who discussed which corporate reporting practices to avoid destroying your reputation.
At one of our Annual Conference's breakout sessions, Claire Noyce of Hybridan chaired a panel including David Smith of the London Stock Exchange, Gareth Henderson of Winterflood Securities Limited and Jasper Berry of WH Ireland, who discussed what small and mid-size quoted companies should stop doing to improve their shares' liquidity.
The Quoted Companies Alliance held its annual conference on 9th June. We report on the three breakout sessions that took place in the afternoon.
Join us at an interactive event to explore our revised Remuneration Committee Guide on Tuesday 13 September 2016 from 4.30pm.
This month we cover issues for boards preparing financial reports following the Brexit vote, the Investment Association's Principles of Remuneration, the FRC's report on corporate culture and the European Commission's proposal for new anti-money laundering rules.
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Thursday, 25th April 2019
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