Mondaq UK: Corporate/Commercial Law
Brodies LLP
In August we provided guidance on the introduction of the Small Business Commissioner (SBC) and complaints scheme that they would be fronting.
Deloitte
The Government has set out its plans to move forward with its corporate governance reforms following its Green Paper issued last November and also the BEIS Select Committee inquiry...
BrookStreet des Roches
Companies enter into many agreements in the course of their business and the majority of these can be signed by a director or a senior employee on the company's behalf.
Travers Smith LLP
All too often, businesses believe that they have secured a valuable commitment to exclusivity – only to discover that...
Withers LLP
The SEC recently announced regulatory relief for publicly traded companies, investment companies and others impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Withers LLP
The Charity Commission has published its final guidance for charities considering making grants to non-charitable organisations.
Clyde & Co
A new study by Global Law firm Clyde & Co, in partnership with Winmark, has found that, in response to the increasingly complex and volatile risk matrix they face, nearly nine in ten General Counsel (GCs)...
ICSA
Governance professionals must do more to bring those outside the boardroom into the conversation, says Henry Ker.
Field Fisher
The Governance Institute (ICSA) and the Investment Association (IA) have jointly published guidance on board engagement with stakeholders.
ICSA
The core principles of the new Charity Governance Code will help the sector reach higher standards.
ICSA
Proper succession planning ensures the right people are in place should the unexpected strike.
ICSA
It has been an intense annual general meeting (AGM) season, with an increased focus on diversity and new regulations on the horizon.
ICSA
Seasoned governance professionals are rarely surprised, but the pace of change in education merits a second glance.
Jordans, A Vistra Company
It is official! As promised the government has followed through and appointed the Small Business Commissioner.
ICSA
In its response to the green paper consultation on corporate governance reform published in August, the government highlighted the new guidance on stakeholder engagement...
ICSA
The chair of CMI Race discusses how ethnic diversity can emulate the gender agenda, the nervous silence around race, and the cultish nature of uniform workforces.
ICSA
The government proposal to force large public companies to publish the pay ratio between their CEO and average UK workers has caused a stir in the Governance and Compliance/Core community.
ICSA
At the start of her premiership, Theresa May said: ‘The government I lead will be driven not by the interests of the privileged few...
ICSA
We must sort out pay to realise workforce potential, says Bernadette Barber.
K&L Gates
A simple loan agreement will set out the terms of the debt and interest provisions, repayment and acceleration events. That sort of agreement is often sufficient for intragroup or shareholder debt.
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