Governance, Risk and Compliance
Formal corporate governance requirements in the UK have changed beyond all recognition in the last ten years.
Whilst many hold these developments up as a success story of regulation, and in particular the central principle of "comply or explain", others see a growing labyrinth of complexity. Major recent changes include revision of the Corporate Governance Code, significant changes to narrative reporting, additional reporting being required from audit committees and extensive additions to remuneration reporting.
Whilst many of these rules apply only to the very largest businesses, they are continually informing best practice for all organisations and in particular those that have obligations to third parties such as investors, lenders or other stakeholders.
Our teams are well versed in the operation of regulations, and perhaps more importantly in the thinking behind them, and can help you navigate your way through complexity to produce solutions that have value and suit the needs of your own organisation.