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Robert Bruce interviews — Paul George, Executive Director, Corporate Governance and Reporting at the Financial Reporting Council

Published on: 12 Apr 2018

In a wide-ranging video interview Paul George talks to Robert Bruce about the responses to the recent Corporate Governance Code consultation and areas of challenge in governance generally, what the FRC would like to see more of from strategic reports and information on directors’ responsibilities, what it would like to happen with IFRS post-Brexit, and how the Stewardship Code needs to evolve.

Click here to access the full video, (approx. 15 minutes), in a separate window. You can either watch the whole video or select the topics that interest you most by clicking on the ‘topics’ drop-down in the corner of the screen. 

The topics included in the video are: 

  • Q1: The themes coming out of the recent Corporate Governance Code consultation.
  • Q2: The current debate around s172 on directors’ responsibilities, and the impact on corporate reporting.
  •  Q3: How the Strategic Report should develop. 
  • Q4: How risk reporting should change post-Carillion. 
  • Q5: What happens with IFRS post-Brexit. 
  • Q6:The priorities around the FRC’s new mission statement. 
  • Q7: Issues surrounding the future evolution of the FRC. 
  • Q8: The future of corporate governance and stewardship.

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