More ESG integration is needed in UK corporate governance

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The revised code outlines the wider responsibilities boards and audit committees will now have for greater sustainability and ESG reporting (AboutImages/Envato)

The latest consultation on the UK’s corporate governance code aims to ensure the accurate reporting of sustainability activities, in a welcome alignment with EU measures, say Signature Litigation’s Paul Brehony and Kate Gee. Environmental, social and governance factors are essential strategic considerations for companies everywhere, with investors and regulators wanting ...

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