Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee

Corporate Governance inquiry

Inquiry status: open

Oral evidence ongoing.

Scope of the inquiry

The Business, Innovation, and Skills (BIS) Committee has launched an inquiry on corporate governance, focussing on executive pay, directors duties, and the composition of boardrooms, including worker representation and gender balance in executive positions. The BIS Committee inquiry follows on from the corporate governance failings highlighted by the Committee’s recent inquiries into BHS and Sports Direct, and in the wake of commitments from the Prime Minister to overhaul corporate governance.

Terms of reference: Corporate Governance

Latest evidence

  • 20 Dec 2016 - Corporate Governance - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF365 KB) HC 702 | Published 05 Jan 2017

    Evidence given by Denise Wilson, CEO, Hampton/Alexander Review, Tom Shropshire, Steering Committee, Parker Review, Rowena Ironside, Founder and Chair, Women on Boards UK, Edward Speed, Global Chairman, Spencer Stuart, Laurie Fitzjohn-Sykes, Head of Research, Tomorrow’s CompanyNigel Wilson, CEO, Legal & General Group, Mick Barker, Group Employee Director, FirstGroup, Tim O’Toole, CEO (and Board Member), FirstGroup, Frances O’Grady, General Secretary, Trade Union Congress

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Next meeting(s)

24 January 2017 9:30 am

Oral Evidence Session

Corporate Governance
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Witness(es)

Baroness Sarah Hogg
Tom Gosling, Partner, PWC
Simon Fraser, Chair, Investor Forum
Ken Olisa, Deputy Chairman, Institute of Directors
Andrew Ninian, Director, Corporate Governance Engagement, Investment Association
Sir Philip Hampton, Chair, Hampton-Alexander Review

Location

Room 6, Palace of Westminster

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