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.
Governing culture: practical considerations for the board and its committees
Updated in early 2019 to reflect latest developments, this paper is designed to help boards and committees consider the decisions they make and the oversight they exercise through the lens of culture.
Emerging risks: The UK Corporate Governance Code Revisions 2018
We look at how organisations can identify emerging risks, and propose questions boards and their committees should raise to satisfy themselves these are included in their risk approach.
Annual reporting in 2017-18: demonstrating purpose, creating value
Covers key trends in narrative reporting and guidance on incoming requirements.
2018 UK Corporate Governance Code and new legislation
Analyses how the new 2018 Code and secondary legislation will impact premium listed companies.
Governance in large privately-held businesses and the Wates Principles
Overviews the scope, timing, and implications of the ‘corporate governance statement’ requirement and the Wates Principles.
Update on the new QCA Corporate Governance Code
Provides an overview of the new QCA Code and in light of changes to AIM Rule 26 what it may mean for AIM companies.
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Blogs and podcasts
Listen to Mala Shah-Coulon, Associate Partner, EY, James Wates CBE, The Wates Group, and Elizabeth Bagger, Institute for Family Business, discuss the new private company governance requirements and the Wates Corporate Governance Principles for Large Private Companies.
Fiona Burgess reflects on viewpoints from company secretaries on how businesses are responding to changes in the new Corporate Governance Code.
Natalie Bell reflects on some of the key messages from our panel discussion on workforce engagement, including the realities in practice.
Ken Williamson pens his thoughts on the Draft UK Corporate Governance Code, and highlights two areas of change which have been the main focus of discussions with companies and investors.
In the media