Thursday, 19th September 2019
Watch our highlights video of investors and corporate governance experts sharing their views at our recent Corporate Governance Forum & Reception
This month we cover the UK government's decision to raise the prospectus exemption threshold to €8 million, the European Commission's advice on preparing for Brexit, the FCA's statement on Brexit and the FRC's letter to company chairs on corporate governance .
Read the key points that small & mid-sized quoted companies on the Main Market need to know about the new UK Corporate Governance Code.
Hannah Armitage, Project Manager at the Financial Reporting Council's Financial Reporting Lab, explains how companies can best report their performance to investors.
This month we cover the FCA's Brexit update, HMRC's bulletin on EMI, the independent review of the FRC, the government's draft regulations to require the UK's biggest companies to justify the pay gap between the CEOs and their workers, the FCA's announcement of a new premium listing category for sovereign controlled companies, and the Financial Reporting Lab's report on the use of blockchain in corporate reporting.
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QCA Corporate Governance Forum: Session 2 - How do different users judge a company’s corporate governance disclosure?
As part of our Year of Corporate Governance, we held our Corporate Governance Forum on 12 June 2018 at Haberdashers' Hall in central London. See highlights from the second panel session, where speakers discussed how they judge a company's corporate governance disclosure.
QCA Corporate Governance Forum: Session 1 - The QCA Code in context: principles, disclosures and adoption
As part of our Year of Corporate Governance, we held our Corporate Governance Forum on 12 June 2018 at Haberdashers' Hall in central London. Read a summary of the first panel session, where our speakers discussed how to adopt the QCA Code's principles and disclosures.
As part of our Year of Corporate Governance, we held our Corporate Governance Forum on 12 June 2018 at Haberdashers' Hall in central London. Read the highlights from our keynote speaker.
The QCA Share Schemes Expert Group has produced a briefing note reviewing the issues small and mid-size quoted companies should consider before granting nil-cost share awards to employees and directors.
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Thursday, 25th April 2019
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