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News Digest 28/08/15: CitiGroup Fined And HSBC IT Glitch Affects Thousands
The Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) has fined CitiGroup $15 million for compliance and surveillance failures.
UK
8 Sep 2015
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News Digest 21/08/15: Coop Bank Loss And India Sues Nestle
The Cooperative Bank has tripled its net loss for the first half of 2015 to £204 million compared to last year's £77 million.
UK
4 Sep 2015
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FCA Finds Firms Still Failing To Manage Benchmark Risks
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has found that firms are still failing to manage benchmark risks.
UK
3 Aug 2015
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Toshiba Scandal Indicates Troubled Corporate Governance Across Japan
The Toshiba scandal, which saw the electronics giant admit to years of profit inflation, indicates wider corporate governance troubles in Japan.
Japan
28 Jul 2015
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Charity Commission Updates Guidance For Trustees
The Charity Commission (CC) has updated its guidance for trustees detailing their responsibilities.
UK
21 Jul 2015
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Chief Executive Anthony Jenkins Ousted From Barclays
Anthony Jenkins, Chief Executive of Barclays, has been ousted by the board of the bank, stating that 'a new set of skills' was required.
UK
10 Jul 2015
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SEC Consults On Audit Committee Disclosures
The Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking comment on current audit committee disclosure requirements.
United States
7 Jul 2015
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Internal Audit Driving Changes In Financial Services Sector: IIA
Internal audit is driving significant changes in how the financial services sector deals with governance and risk, says the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
UK
7 Jul 2015
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FRC Investigates KPMG In Connection To BNY Mellon Client Money
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is investigating KPMG in connection with BNY Mellon's client asset practices.
UK
1 Jul 2015
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Public Services Riddled With Poor Governance
The National Audit Office (NAO) has found that the public services market is riddled with poor governance.
UK
25 Jun 2015
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Charity Commission Consults On UK Accounting Changes
The Charity Commission has launched a consultation about changes to statements of recommended practice (SORP) as a result of changes made to UK accounting standards.
UK
24 Jun 2015
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Deutsche Bank Co-Chiefs Step Down
The co-chief executives will be replaced by John Cryan, who has been a member of the bank's supervisory board.
UK
9 Jun 2015
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Charity Commission Outlines Approach To New Power To Disqualify
The Charity Commission is consulting on its newest power which would allow it to disqualify trustees.
UK
8 Jun 2015
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FRC To Help Smaller Companies Improve Quality Of Reporting
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has launched a programme of measures to help smaller quoted companies improve the quality of their corporate reports.
UK
8 Jun 2015
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Investors Welcome Use Of Digital Reporting
Investors welcome digital reporting where it is helpful in meeting their needs for corporate information, finds the Financial Reporting Council (FRC).
UK
1 Jun 2015
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One Member One Vote System Used By Members At Co-Op Group AGM
The new one member one vote governance system was used by its members at the Co-operative Group's AGM to vote in motions.
UK
19 May 2015
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BMW Found To Be World's Most Reputable Company
The BMW Group was found to be the world's most reputable company in a global reputation study conducted by the Reputation Institute (RI).
UK
18 May 2015
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EC To Investigate Competition In E-Commerce Sector
The European Commission (EC) is to investigate competition in the e-commerce sector in all EU member states.
European Union
12 May 2015
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FRC To Look At Quality Of Explanations In ‘Comply Or Explain’ Section
The Financial Reporting Council is to look at the quality of explanations provided by companies that choose not to comply with UK Corporate Governance Code in the ‘comply and explain’ section.
UK
6 May 2015
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Sainsbury’s Appealing Egyptian Court’s Jail Sentence
Sainsbury’s is appealing a jail sentence handed out by an Egyptian Court to its chief executive Mike Coupe in absentia.
UK
6 May 2015
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