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2018 UK Corporate Governance Code and New Legislation


This report by EY analyses the new 2018 Corporate Governance Code and its implications for listed businesses.
 
Key Points include:
  • Timings for when companies will need to comply with the 2018 Code.
  • Guidance on issues around Chair tenure; NED independence; the role of the nomination committee; stakeholder and workforce engagement; purpose and culture; and audit, risk and internal control.
  • Other miscellaneous reporting requirements, including those on strategic reporting; employee engagement and stakeholder interests; corporate governance arrangements; and CEO pay ratios.






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