UCL Centre for Commercial Law seminar:
Beyond the Crisis: Current Issues in Corporate Governance
12 May 2010, 6-8pm
at the Offices of Slaughter and May
Panel of Experts:
About the Seminar:
This seminar assesses current issues and challenges affecting the governance practices of UK companies in light of the Companies Act 2006 and more recent regulatory initiatives in the field. In particular, the Panel of experts will discuss the inter-relationship between statutory, common law and “soft law” (e.g. the Combined Code) rules in establishing behavioural norms and expectations applicable to corporate directors and officers today.
Some of the issues/questions discussants will address include the following:
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