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Removing Matthew Moulding’s golden share is barely a first step to address City concerns
UK ecommerce group announces changes to share structure as it seeks to move up to LSE’s premium segment
As fund managers race to meet surging demand for sustainable investment, regulators are getting tough on greenwashing. Plus: activist shareholders make their mark; sin stocks; ESG with Chinese characteristics; climate-friendly pensions; is crypto a no-no?
Activist shareholders are winning more support in their efforts to raise corporate standards
Clear executive authority and responsibility under the care of independent boards and chairs beats the co-chief approach
Prime minister wants to make his name as a friend of the pandemic-hit small business sector
But FRC’s Sir Jon Thompson raises doubts that planned accounting and governance overhaul would include UK version of Sarbanes-Oxley
Opening strategic planning to staff and stakeholders has clear benefits if only boards would take the leap
Monetisation of the conglomerate’s assets will be difficult to avoid
Allegations about the fund’s Georgieva risk undermining both institutions
Achleitner says international watchdogs struggle to accept legal limits of country’s supervisory boards
Hedge fund is pushing for chief executive Emma Walmsley to reapply for her job
Brian Moynihan, Jamie Dimon and James Gorman buck trend of shorter tenures at US companies
Wider obligations must apply to all companies, not just a select few
Reporting requirements hinder engagement between shareholders and companies
Move comes as other Wall Street executives also seek extended tenures
Power struggle at Rics followed audit raising serious concerns about cash controls
Co-founder to be replaced by longstanding executive Lisa Jacobs
Overhaul at top of bank continues as it attempts to move on from scandals
The watchdog’s review is a welcome attempt to focus on substance when it comes to stewardship and ESG
Third of those that applied to be signatories failed to pass review process, says FRC
The conditions are ripe for a rethink of pay norms
Michelle Hinchliffe’s move to Anglo-Australian miner raises questions of independence
Most Nasdaq companies will already be in or near compliance with new rules on board composition
Plus, China’s carbon market struggles and US issues new guidance on clean energy for multilateral development banks