Good corporate governance is essential for every successful, sustainable business, but achieving it requires different things at different businesses
Effective corporate governance requires balanced boards made up of people with the right skills operating in a transparent and accountable framework. Good practice should be shared across businesses but laying down inflexible rules can result in a tick-box approach, forcing businesses to adopt frameworks that don't work for them and does nothing to improve outcomes. The CBI works with its members to promote good practice and support the development of governance codes.
Restoring trust through improved transparency and accountability
Establishing UK business as a credible and constructive voice in the long-termism debate
Shaping a good regulatory environment and promoting high standards of corporate governance in all businesses operating in the UK
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The group of experts who represent our members on corporate governance
Shareholders and firms must collaborate on strategy
CBI’s Matthew Fell explains why a long-term focus works for the UK economy in this Morning’s City AM
Member clinic: Room for Improvement
Last year saw several changes to business reporting requirements, so how have companies responded?
CBI responds to new Bank of England clawback plans
The CBI responded to new rules from the Bank of England to clawback bonuses for misconduct in banking