Corporate Governance and Reporting
Corporate governance is central to the strength and health of our global economy.
EY’s UK Corporate Governance team provides guidance and thought leadership on governance issues to help our clients, and to contribute to wider discussions on good governance, based on our research and engagement with investors, boards and regulators.
Corporate governance is the system by which companies are directed and controlled, and is never far from the spotlight, particularly in the UK’s present political landscape. We are actively engaged in shaping dialogue on corporate governance in the UK, as increasingly rapid change to the world and business environment will mean future shifts in the practice and regulation of governance.
Annual reporting in 2015: evolving communication in a changing world
Looks at how annual reporting is evolving to meet investors' needs.
Governing culture: practical considerations for the board and its committees
Helps boards and committees address the impact of organisational culture, ensuring it is embedded in decision-making and oversight
The nomination committee – coming out of the shadows
Produced in partnership with ICSA: The Governance Institute, our report focuses on the nomination committee's role, and how boards can improve their work.
Rising to the challenge: a review of risk and viability disclosure in September 2015 annual reports
Analyses the first batch of annual reports required to comply or explain under the 2014 UK Corporate Governance Code provisions on risk and the viability statement.
Board effectiveness – continuing the journey
Based on a series of individual meetings and roundtables which brought together leading chairmen, board directors and senior investors to debate the issue of board effectiveness
Assessing the effectiveness of the external audit process
Helps audit committees assess and report on the effectiveness of the external audit process, taking into account the FRC’s guide Audit Quality: Practice Aid for Audit Committees issued in May 2015.
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Natalie Bell summarises EY’s response to the BEIS Green Paper on Corporate Governance Reform.
Fiona Burgess pens her reflections from watching the evidence sessions of the BEIS Select Committee inquiry on corporate governance.
In our second blog, Reshma Shah summarises findings from our analysis of second year viability statements from 14 September year-end reporters.
Mala Shah-Coulon writes the first blog in our new series, reviewing the previous year’s impact on corporate governance and issues facing boards in 2017.
In the media
Accounting & Business Magazine (ACCA)
ICAS – CA Today