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ESG Toolkit Expands for European PE

By Paul A. Davies, Tom Evans, Nicola Higgs, Farah O’Brien, David Walker, Michael Green, Hannah Berdal, Anne Mainwaring, and Catherine Campbell Green shoots emerge as PE firms consider new ways to incorporate ESG into dealmaking. Market sentiment and the increasing importance of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) to firms’ competitiveness across the market, combined with … Continue Reading

Independent Review Provides Recommendations for Improving UK Listing Regime

The recommended reforms aim to make the UK’s listing regime more competitive while maintaining high standards of corporate governance, shareholder rights, and transparency. By Chris Horton, James Inness, and Anna Ngo A new independent review (the Review), led by Lord Hill, has been released that provides recommendations on how the UK can improve its listings … Continue Reading

New Corporate Governance Code for Italian Equity-Listed Issuers

The four-pronged Code aims to encourage issuers in Italy to focus on long-term sustainability and engagement. By Antonio Coletti and Isabella Porchia A new edition of the Corporate Governance Code was released on 31 January 2020. The new Code focuses on four essential objectives and principles: sustainability, engagement, proportionality, and simplification. Sustainability: The new Code … Continue Reading

FRC Releases Revised UK Corporate Governance Code… in 30 Seconds

The FRC has published a shorter and sharper Code which clarifies requirements for accountability, workforce engagement, and board diversity. By Claire Keast-Butler, James Inness, Richard Butterwick, and Anna Ngo The revised Code will apply to all companies with a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January … Continue Reading
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