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Financial Times – Accounting watchdog scraps plans for full-scale overhaul of boardroom rules
The Financial Times reports Britain’s accounting watchdog has abandoned most of its overhaul of boardroom rules, a move that it says protects competitiveness but which critics say marks the unravelling of long-promised corporate governance reforms.
The paper says the scrapped plans include greater requirements for diversity reporting and new responsibilities around environmental, social and governance issues. The body’s chief executive, Richard Moriarty, is quoted saying the changes will support “UK economic growth and competitiveness”.
He’s accused of fraud.
‘A doctor who dedicated his whole life for Gaza. I am sorry the world failed you.’
Time is running out.
But they haven’t booked their place in the knockouts yet.
‘He has everything you need. I am really surprised by that comment.’