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UAE discusses role of CSR in sustainable development

Philanthropy and sustainability debated at forum arranged by UAE’s University Leadership Council

Fed Res enhances internal auditing standards

The US Federal Reserve is strongly encouraging banks to consider their internal auditing strategies to avoid regulatory intervention

Commission propose fundamental changes to German Corporate Governance

The Government Commission for the German Corporate Code has, in February of this year, proposed a series of changes it believes will greatly improve the current upholding of corporate governance

FRC report reveals highs and lows of UK governance

A recent report by the FRC reveals the extent by which recent reforms have changed corporate governance in the UK, as well as the effect non-compliance has had on the organisation’s finances

IASB chairman defends stance on prudence

Despite criticism, accountancy regulator’s chairman says the downgrading of prudence from a fundamental concept is justified

Churchill Mining grants 5.4 million share options

Following what many have perceived to be detrimental legal altercations through the past year, the London-listed mining company has since granted new share options to many of its employees

Shareholders sue CEO after Walgreens is slapped with $80m DEA fine

The largest drug retailer in the US has hit back at its board members. Chairman James Skinner and CEO Gregory Wasson have been sued by shareholders who blame them for exercising poor corporate oversight regarding the distribution of prescription painkillers like Oxycodone

We, the corporations?

Luigi Zingales on the possibility of a mandatory disclosure rule

A self-governing model

Sime Darby’s self-governing model allows it to stay focused and nimble

UK’s FRC rejects calls for compulsory audit rotation

Despite pressure to encourage greater competition in the UK’s accounting market, regulator waters down its proposed rule changes

Gulf Keystone Petroleum clash with top investor over structure demands

City investor M&G has ruffled feathers at Gulf Keystone after telling the oil company it needs to appoint non-executive directors to its board

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Some of the leading reportage in corporate governance

Attitudes shift towards sustainability reporting

Increased scrutiny from investors and social media means companies are starting to take sustainability reporting more seriously

Gunaxi: Bribe or gift?

The efforts of multinational companies to do business in China is marred by the tradition of Gunaxi – the concept of courting clients and networking that traditionally involves gift giving