Aileen O’Toole, Chartered Director and a Digital Strategist, explores the value of marketing.
Both domestic and international regulators are attempting to ensure greater systematic sustainability for the future resulting in ongoing regulatory change. Financial institutions themselves are therefore required to implement higher compliance and monitoring standards, while at the same time ensuring a sustainable business. In struggling to address their regulatory mandates, the financial institutions rely on executives, management and operational staff, but the ultimate responsibility for regulatory risk management rests with the Board of Directors.
This blog highlights Boardroom issues arising from the publication of the EU Commission’s investigation of Ireland and Apple Inc and lessons for directors.
March 2017 will see the British Parliament introduce the Repeal Act, which will be the key piece of legislation to reverse the European Union Act which brought the United Kingdom into the EU. In turn, the British Government will invoke Article 50 of the European Union Treaty.
This summer, while many of us headed for sunnier climes, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) was busy putting together a new discussion document that reflects a subtle shift in its focus but serves as a significant call to action for the boards of publicly quoted companies.