In early July, PwC held a Question Time event in London looking to answer one big question – what is the purpose of business?
In this video PwC’s Mark O’Sullivan and Matt Elkington discuss the viability statement, a source of a lot of focus and some controversy when it was included in the updated 2014 UK Corporate Governance Code.
In this video PwC’s Mark O’Sullivan and Matt Elkington discuss the requirement for boards to monitor and review risk management and internal controls.
In this video PwC’s Mark O’Sullivan and Matt Elkington discuss levels of awareness and responsibility in the organisation in relation to the updated UK Corporate Governance Code.
Our guide ‘Implementing the 2014 Code – Tackling the disclosure challenge’ looks at the Code provisions and the FRC guidance and explains how companies should report in practice.
Organisational culture touches everything we see, hear, do in our jobs - organisations should not just want to be monitoring it from a regulatory or professional body standpoint, but rather as common sense, of understanding what drives the behaviour and decisions of the organisation.
UK Corporate Governance Code: understanding and assessing culture. 5 key questions to consider.
Businesses across the FTSE350 are tendering and switching auditors and this is in advance of new EU rules
Insights on the 2014 corporate governance code: viability, principal risks, risk monitoring and internal control.
The 2014 update to the corporate governance code came into effect on October 1 2014. But how are companies responding – are they ready? Our video series aims to help you make sure that your risk management systems and controls as well as your corporate reporting are up to scratch.