We also bring you the most recent commentaries prepared by Frank Bold on (a) the interim report of the EU High Level Expert Group on sustainable finance and (b) the guidelines of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive published by the European Commission. Lastly, don't miss the list of recommended articles and latest news from the project in the last section. We hope you have a nice summer! You can read the full version of the first edition in your browser here: http://bit.ly/2tCEghr
Invitation to the 'Non-Financial Reporting for a Sustainable Circular Economy' Conference
Towards Greater Policy Coherence?
High Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance
Reflecting the outcomes of the Purpose of the Corporation Project, we prepared a briefing with the most important corporate governance-related recommendations in the interim report and published an article about the potential implications for investors and directors.
Summaries of the events on corporate governance hosted at Cass Business School
Over the last year there has been a renewed interest in modernising corporate governance in the UK. We, together with Cass Business School, hosted a series of events that gathered the leading voices in the country to discuss the future of business. You can read the summary of these discussions here:
- Key principles for a new corporate governance model
- Systemic risks and corporate governance
- Corporate governance and reporting
- Conclusions of the series of events
Guidelines on non-financial reporting: Where has the Commission gone beyond and where it has fallen short?
The guidelines on the Non-Financial Reporting Directive aim to assist companies in the preparation of their non-financial reports and in increasing consistency and comparability between different companies in the Member States. Frank Bold has prepared a short commentary identifying the best guidance provided by the European Commission and where they failed to provide clarity.
Changes in the Purpose of the Corporation Project's team