Highlights issues for a successor body, namely, research into compliance, research funding and recommended amendments to the Companies Act. Sarah Brown's letter deals with directors' service contracts, fees paid to audit firms for non-audit work, protection for auditors reporting fraud.
Submission covers the role and responsibilities of boards of directors, financial reporting, shareholders, auditing and regulation.
This specifically relates to UITF Abstract 10 about disclosure of the directors' share options as part of the disclosure of board remuneration and compliance with the Cadbury Code.
Submission to the Committee about shareholder relations, especially from viewpoint of institutional shareholder. Includes a handwritten note from Nigel peace wondering about asking Andrew Hugh Smoth for clarification.
Outlining the Committee's remit and work.
Letter is response to a request to comment on the role and responsibilities of auditors. Also has Sir Adrian's handwritten notes on backs of two pages, headed respectivley Andrew Likierman and Bill Morrison.
Paper defines sound corporate governance, look at role and responsibilities of boards and how boards are expected to do so.
Letter seeks guidance on length of directors' service contracts.
Includes published material written by NAPF and survey on voting issues, proposals for an expanded auditors' report. See also CAD-01166.
Main topics covered: audit committees, their relationship with external auditors, reporting on internal control systems.
Document reports the statement of compliance or non-compliance with the Cadbury Code is included in the reports of all 631 companies, with one exception.
Main content is 'A submission to the Committee on the Finacinal Aspects of Corporate Governance by the Institute of Public Relations , City & Financial Group, December 1991.
Covers issues such as communication between boards and shareholders, emphasis on the long term, corporate reporting, company-auditor relationships, responsibilities of non-executive directors, audit committees and auditors responsibilities.
Submission and response on social and environmental accounting
Article concerns the role of the institutional investor.
Covering letter to their (the 100 Group of Finance directors) report, financial aspects of corporate governance
Meeting is response to what the Committee is doing and why. The proposed framework was commented on and what should go in the report.
Includes a draft work programme and an update of the draft Accounting Practices Board discussion draft.
Letter seeks to clarify the focus for the Committee. Letter also sent to Sir Ron Dearing and Mike Lickiss.
Letter concentrates on the role and behaviour of institutional shareholders, summarises UK investment in R& D, capital investment and takeovers with the funds now coming from the banks.
Letter sets out Arthur Andersen's views as a contribution to evidence gathering.
Comments on 100 Group paper definition of corporate governance, the board should be balanced and reporting.
Short letter saying he will make a submission based on experience at ICI and Chloride.
Lists the headings which Sir Simon Hornby would discuss.
Letters to and from Alan Diamond, including photocopies of those published in The Times and comments. Includes three unattributable pages entitled The counter proposals to arrest corporate greed, and handwritten notes presumably based on a meeting after 6 June 1991.