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Campaigning group ClientEarth has written to fossil fuel companies and their investors pointing out the potential legal issues with statements regarding future fossil fuel demand in their reporting.
Software supplier Blackbaud has announced a product that will map outcomes to the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), allowing organisations to report the impact of their grant making across the 17 goals and related targets.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has responded to the report on Corporate Governance from the House of Commons BEIS Committee, in particular proposing measures to curb excessive executive pay.
The UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association (UKSIF) has launched a guide to help pension and charity fund trustees understand their fiduciary duties in light of the latest legal and regulatory thinking.
Barclays chief executive Jes Staley, faces the loss of his bonus after regulators have questioned his conduct in a whistleblowing case.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) is keeping the pressure up on executive pay, revealing that in 2016 the organisation has voted against 118 pay resolutions in the UK and against 14 per cent of companies on just pay alone.
Marks & Spencer is commissioning the RSPCA to audit all dairy farms in its direct supply chain. Director of Food Andy Adcock confirmed that all 40 UK farms will be audited to RSPCA Assured Standards as soon as possible.
Brands such as Dyson, Aston Martin and Lego have topped the rankings for reputation among the UK general public, in a year that corporate governance – and the perceptions of fairness, ethics and transparency – have had a significant impact on company reputation.
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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has announced a fundamental review of the UK Corporate Governance Code, taking on board its work on corporate culture and succession planning, and the Government’s Green Paper and the BEIS Select Committee inquiry.