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Box-ticking approach to governance is failing companies

An overly prescriptive approach to corporate governance is doing little to improve companies' prospects, a new report from non-profit think...

Governance reform should support investment for the greater good

by Laurie Fitzjohn-Sykes, Director of Research, Tomorrow's Company The key focus of governance reform should not be on reducing the...

Building a brave new world of investment on ghosts of the past

by Patrick Hosking, The Times   ...Tomorrow’s Company, a think tank, has had a stab at how we might get...

Governance reform needs ‘patient’ capital

by Gavin Hinks, Board Agenda Think-tank Tomorrow’s Company says that UK corporate governance needs “long-term patient capital” to encourage companies...

Letter: FCA’s mission must start with the essentials

From David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow, London Business School Sir, The Financial Conduct Authority is currently consulting on its mission. We...

Think tank calls for UK long-term investment vehicles

by Susanna Rust, Investment and Pensions Europe The UK government should introduce a new investment structure to foster the creation...

RBS Investors Demand Governance Changes & Shareholder Committee To Raise Transparency

by Roger Aitken, Forbes [...] A study from the Centre for Tomorrow’s Company on corporate governance titled ‘Bridging the UK engagement...

Laurie Fitzjohn-Sykes joins Shop Floor to discuss corporate governance

Nick Peters from Share Radio talks to Tomorrow’s Company about corporate governance and our latest report ‘Bringing employee voice into the...

Good governance: putting the UK business house in order

by Oliver Parry, Institute of Directors Corporate governance has come a long way since Sir Adrian Cadbury published his groundbreaking...

Workers on boards: next steps

by Nick Graves, Lexology Alongside the structural governance question, government also needs to consider whether change will be implemented through...