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UK Regulatory Framework for Corporate Governance
Pages 8 (2008 words)
UK Regulatory Framework for Corporate Governance Table of Contents 1 Chapter 1 4 1.1 Introduction 4 1.1.1 Aims & Objectives 4 1.1.2 Scope of the Paper 5 2 Chapter 2 5 2.1 Literature Review 5 2.1.1 Corporate Governance Codes 5 2.1.2 Corporate Governance Developments 7 2.1.3 Role of Audit Assurance in Corporate Governance 10 2.1.4 Sarbanes-Oxley Act 10 2.1.5 Effectiveness of Corporate Governance Code 11 3 Chapter 3 12 3.1 Research Methodology & Data Collection 12 4 Chapter 4 12 4.1 Findings 12 5 Chapter 5 12 5.1 Discussion & Conclusion 12 References 14 1 Chapter 1 1.1 Introduction Corporate governance is about how the organization is controlled and administered.
They have to rely on the directors’ judgement in running the company. If the information were freely available to all the firm’s stakeholders at the same time, there wouldn’t have been a need for corporate governance. Therefore, the need of corporate governance has arisen in order to facilitate an effective, prudent and entrepreneurial management, which can deliver long run success of the firm (FRC, 2010, p.1). It is a mechanism as to how the vision and values of the firm are set by the board of the firm distinguished from the regular operational management of the firm by its executives. Corporate governance defines the relationship between various stakeholders such as shareholders, directors, management, employees, creditors, suppliers, customers, government, and regulators, and ensures accountability, integrity and transparency (Mead & Sagar, 2006, p.334). ...
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