Tuesday May 26, 2020

No place to hide: why corporate governance just got tougher

The last 12 months have seen big changes for the better in the corporate governance landscape.

17th March, 2019
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A banking industry intent on rebuilding trust, stricter data protection laws, and a new mandatory code for how the charities sector is managed and controlled were just some of the sweeping changes witnessed in corporate governance in 2018.

The banking sector’s establishment, last September, of the new Irish Banking Culture Board aims to restore public trust in the banking system amid the fallout from the tracker mortgage scandal, and a report by the Central Bank on...

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