Corporate governance: Our responses to earlier issues

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We engage with regulators and policymakers to understand their concerns and share our views.

Our latest position

2014/08 Audit Market Investigation: Publication of resonses to formal draft Order consultation

2014/06 Proposed revisions to the Walker Guidelines (“the Guidelines”)

2014/06 Proposed Revisions to the UK Corporate Governance Code

One way we achieve this is by responding to their consultations on various policy initiatives, including those associated with corporate governance.

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Auditing

2013/07 EY response to Faculty of Actuaries Quality Assurance Scheme

2012/10 IASB Invitation to comment:  Improving the Auditor's Report

2012/08 FRC/APB – Consultation Paper – Revision of ISAs (UK and Ireland) 315 and 610 re internal audit

2011/12 FRC/APB Consultation on amendments to Ethical Standards

Codes and guidance

2013/09 BIS Transparency & Trust: Enhancing the Transparency of UK Company Ownership and Increasing Trust in UK Business

2012/05 Revisions to the UK Stewardship Code

2012/04 UK Corporate Governance Code and Guidance on Audit Committees

2012/04 UK Corporate Governance Code and Guidance on Audit Committees – proposals on audit tendering

Diversity

2012/05 European Commission Consultation: Gender imbalance in corporate boards in the EU

2011/07 FRC consultation: Gender Diversity on Boards

Executive remuneration

2012/06 BIS Consultation Paper Directors' Pay: Revised Remuneration Reporting Regulations

2011/12 BIS Discussion Paper on executive remuneration – Summary of responses

Framework proposals

2011/07 European Commission Green Paper: the EU corporate governance framework

2011/03 FRC Effective Company Stewardship: Enhancing Corporate Reporting and Audit

2011/01 BIS A Long-Term Focus for Corporate Britain: A Call for Evidence

Going Concern

2014/1 FRC consultation on "Risk Management, Internal Control and the Going Concern Basis of Accounting”

2011/12 FRC Sharman Inquiry: Preliminary Report and Recommendations

2011/06 Sharman Inquiry: going concern and liquidity risk

Narrative reporting

2012/11  BIS The future of narrative reporting: a new structure for narrative reporting in the UK

2012/10 FRC Discussion Paper: Thinking about disclosures in a broader context: A road map for a disclosure framework

2011/12 BIS Future of narrative reporting: further consultation

2011/09 FRC/ASB Cutting clutter from annual reports