The views cover the range of auditing issues, non-executive directors, responsibilities of directors, divided boards and other matters.
Correspondence concerns increased voting by institutional shareholders with samples from Royal Insurance, General Accident and Lloyds Bank.
Comments on potential for statements of conformity to become meaningless, possible progress to an international accounting regime and institutional shareholders, plus detailed comments.
29. Report on a pilot study on attitudes toward the issues of corporate governance, a presentation by Angus Maitland, Burson-Marsteller at CBI/B-M conference on Corporate Governance 10 June 1992 and reply by Nigel Peace.
Reports the results of a survey. Auditors are least likely to benefit while non-executive directors benefit most. Responsibility for compliance lies with company management and institutional shareholders or Stock Exchange, while expresses doubts over self-regulation.
Comments on institutional investors, non-executive directors and internal auditors.
This is a workshop exercise on the role of the directors in Eurotunnel delivered at the ICAEW conference . It is used to comment on unitary boards, separation of roles of Chairman and Chief Executive, non-executive directors and institutional investors.
Comments on non-executive directors, financial reporting, auditing and institutional shareholders.
Comments on board of directors, non-executive directors, audit committees, reporting and the involvement of shareholders.
Comments on the draft report in detail on unified boards, separation of roles, board structures, non-executive directors, executive directors and directors' training. It also comments in some depth on audit committees, auditing, internal control systems and financial reporting.
Comments on institutional shareholders, and shareholder voting and communication during takeover bids.
Paper sets out a proposal to bring institutional and private shareholders together.
Letter accompanies a four-part questionnaire that looks at the relationship between British industry and institutional shareholders.
Includes full text of paper, Self regulation and the financial aspects of corporate governance.
Lists the headings which Sir Simon Hornby would discuss.