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Jeremy Hunt breaches anti-money laundering rules

The MP blames his accountant for making an "honest mistake"

13 April 2018
News

Companies face greater scrutiny from investors

The scale of shareholder rebellion is far wider than the few high profile agm showdowns that have hit the headlines in recent months

19 December 2017
News

Gove slams water company bosses over tax

Companies use complex offshore financial structures and tax avoidance schemes

2 March 2018
News

Kids Company directors face disqualification proceedings

Business secretary to bring disqualification proceedings against former Kids Company directors

31 July 2017
News

PRA launches investigation into Co-op Bank supervision

Mark Zelmer will lead the investigation into the way the Co-operative Bank was supervised when Paul Flowers was its chairman

6 March 2018
News

Movers and shakers

A round-up of this week's appointments, promotions, board moves and resignations

30 June 2017
News

Mixed response to corporate governance reforms

Government reforms are "feeble" or "pragmatic", depending who you are

29 August 2017
Features

Chasing shadows

Will People with Significant Control regulations tackle corporate wrongdoing?

3 November 2016
Features

The awkward squad

Rebellious shareholders are making life uncomfortable in the boardroom

27 April 2012
News

Utilising BME talent could give economy £24bn boost

Report says equal career progression for BME workers could boost economy and calls on firms to publish diversity targets

28 February 2017

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