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ICSA welcomes idea of new statutory body for governance, but Kingman Review misses a trick by failing to align FRC work with FCA powers of sanction for listing rule breaches

18 December 2018

ICSA: The Governance Institute has welcomed the publication today of Sir John Kingman’s Independent Review of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), but believes certain opportunities have been missed. Read more

UK companies lauded for contribution to employee share ownership

11 December 2018

Several long-established UK organisations, along with many younger companies, were among the big winners at the 2018 Annual ProShare Awards. Held each year to recognise and celebrate the best companies and individuals involved in employee share ownership, the awards receive entries from organisations large and small, representing almost every sector of the business world, from retail and banking to telecommunications and the media. Read more

ICSA welcomes publication of Wates principles to improve corporate governance standards among private companies

10 December 2018

London, 10 December 2018 – ICSA: The Governance Institute has welcomed the publication today by the Financial Reporting Council of a new code for the corporate governance of large private companies. Read more

UK charities triumph at ICSA Awards 2018

28 November 2018

Alison Chan of the Alexandra Rose Charity and Anna Machin of education charity Ark have been bestowed with awards at the ICSA Awards 2018. Alison, a trustee of the Alexandra Rose Charity, which gives families access to fruit and vegetables in their local communities, has won the coveted Governance Professional of the Year award. Anna triumphed in The One to Watch category, which recognises the rising stars of the governance profession. Read more

NHS merger named Governance Project of the Year at ICSA Awards 2018

28 November 2018

The NHS merger of University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust was named Governance Project of the Year at the ICSA Awards 2018 in London last night. The award, which recognises transformational governance projects that are significant in terms of their size, nature or the value they create for the organisation, saw the hospitals triumph against organisations from the corporate and sporting sectors. Read more

Gender pay gap reporting feted at ICSA Awards 2018

28 November 2018

Centrica plc became the first company to win the new Best Gender Pay Gap Report category introduced by ICSA: The Governance Institute at the ICSA Awards 2018 in London last night. The Awards, which were hosted by comedian Jo Caulfield at the Park Lane Hilton, saw Centrica applauded for the way in which the company had combined clarity of reporting, executive sponsorship and action planning. Read more

ICSA Guernsey Awards 2018 winners

23 November 2018

Winners of ICSA: The Governance Institute’s 2018 ICSA Guernsey Awards, which recognise the achievements of the island’s governance professionals and businesses in terms of good governance, celebrated their successes at a glittering awards dinner at The Old Government House Hotel on Friday, 9 November 2018. Read more

Board level action on employee wellbeing and mental health inadequate, poll finds

20 November 2018

Fewer than half of the organisations polled by ICSA: The Governance Institute and governance recruitment specialist The Core Partnership have considered employee wellbeing and mental health at board level. Just 45% of boards have considered these issues, 34% have not and the remaining 21% of respondents were unsure if their board had or not. Furthermore, when questioned as to whether or not their organisation does enough to support employees’ mental wellbeing, fewer than half (49%) said ‘yes’ and just under a third (31%) said ‘no’. Read more

70% of companies oppose the idea of workers on boards, new poll finds

10 October 2018

A poll out today by ICSA: The Governance Institute and recruitment specialist The Core Partnership reveals that 70% of companies surveyed feel that having workers on boards would not be a good idea. Only 13% of respondents think that it would be a good idea and 16% are unsure. Furthermore, 91% are not considering having workers on their board. Read more

ICSA: The Governance Institute launches Certificate in Academy Governance

09 October 2018

ICSA: The Governance Institute has launched a certificate in academy governance in order to support the professionalisation of the developing academies sector. It is the only qualification in the UK designed specifically with academies in mind and focuses exclusively on governance challenges faced by academy schools or multi-academy trusts (MATs). Read more

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