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date: 01 December 2023

p. 2735. Corporate Governancelocked

p. 2735. Corporate Governancelocked

  • Sarah WorthingtonSarah WorthingtonDowning Professor of the Laws of England, University of Cambridge


This chapter discusses the scope of corporate governance as a means of mitigating the ‘agency problems’ arising from centralised management. It covers: the Financial Reporting Council and the UK Corporate Governance Code and Stewardship Code for listed companies; narrative reporting forms; the role of the company secretary; directors’ service contracts; the remuneration of directors; and statutory reforms to deal with directors’ remuneration.

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