Audit tendering has turned from good practice to legal practice under the EU audit reforms
Culture is notoriously difficult to articulate, but many organisations have now translated their culture into a set of values, and associated behaviours, that can be described, measured and monitored
BTG has appointed former Shire chief financial officer Graham Hetherington as a non-executive director and chair of the audit committee
Company bosses must pay more attention to instilling the right corporate culture in order to restore trust in the way businesses are run, and deliver long-term sustainable growth, according to the FRC
Theresa May's ideas to improve corporate governance is the same old business bashing - ill thought-out and populist policy, backed by neither evidence nor analysis
For the pay gap that exists to be diminished even further, there would need to be real cultural and structural changes required within companies
The incoming prime minister Theresa May wants to put employee and consumer representatives on company boards, but will it work?
Incoming prime minister Theresa May wants to put employee and consumer representatives on company boards and place tighter controls on executive pay
Government targets FTSE 350 companies to have 33% women on boards by 2020
Succumbing to the fear of the unknown will, in itself, kill businesses and the economy. Can CFOs help their business maintain focus?