The UK Corporate Governance Code: Advancements & Potential Burdens

Inside Americas Boardrooms
The UK Corporate Governance Code establishes an infrastructure of processes and practices designed to promote better governance across UK companies. In 2018, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) introduced important changes to the code designed to improve shareholder engagement and restrict board tenure. Yet, as we look at the code in its entirety, have the regulations gone too far? Are the merits of being a UK-listed company nearing a tipping point?

In this episode, David Tyler, Chairman, Hammerson plc, and Domestic & General Group, discusses the advancements allowed by the UK Corporate Governance Code and debates potential burdens.

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