Corporate Governance and Boardroom Hub

Corporate Governance and Boardroom Hub

Corporate Governance and Boardroom Hub

Board members today face a plethora of challenges and an increasing expectation of accountability in how they respond.

In our Corporate Governance and Boardroom Hub we share insights into matters that are on boards’ minds, whether that is looking inwards to the organisation and the boardroom, or outwards to the organisation’s existence in the wider world. We share insights and articles including how BDO can support you, and your board, to face today’s and tomorrow’s challenges.

 

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Our latest thinking

Here we share our insights about trending boardroom topics and matters that are on board members’ minds.
FRC Code 2024 Latest Changes

 

Despite the government’s u-turn on the primary legislation that was expected to be laid, there are plenty of other matters that are on boards’ minds, looking both inwards to the business and outwards to the expectations of government, regulators and stakeholders.

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The board’s role in helping an organisation respond to the risks it faces is key to helping it thrive and survive. Here we share our insights into risks and opportunities that organisations' face in an increasingly uncertain world.

Risk Landscapes

IT Risk

ECCT Bill

Global risk landscape

RHIZA

The dynamic between employer and employee has changed radically. Boards have an important role in supporting organisations with their response to shifting expectations of the employee/ employer relationship and in listening to their employee stakeholders. Furthermore successful organisations foster a culture that embraces good behaviours and those good behaviours begin in the boardroom. 

Boards cannot afford to ignore society’s increasing expectation that sustainability is integral to business strategy and also one of the board’s fiduciary duties.

Sector focus

Finance Function of the Future/CFOs

Mid Market

Boards need to be confident that the organisation's regulatory burden is known, understood and addressed in all jurisdictions it operates in. Here we consider some of the principal regulations facing those operating in the UK.

Data Privacy

Corporate Crimial Offences

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency (ECCT) act

 

  

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How BDO can help

Our specialist teams have deep expertise, and decades of experience, in supporting boards with the challenges they face within the boardroom and beyond.

 

 

 

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