Trust in business and other institutions, such as Parliament and the press, has been declining for decades. How do we reverse the tide? Do the measures in the BEIS whitepaper set out a path to build back trust?
In the second part of our corporate governance discussion, panellists Mala Shah-Coulon, associate partner at EY; Tom Gosling, fellow at London Business School; Andrew Ninian, director of stewardship and corporate governance, The Investment Association; John Odada, head of board and committees at BP; and Elizabeth Richards, head of corporate governance, ICAEW, talk trust with ICAEW’s Iain Wright.
The panel began their discussion on the BEIS white paper by considering whether ARGA is the corporate governance regulator required at this time.
All views expressed on this podcast are those of the contributors and don’t necessarily reflect those of ICAEW or its members. This podcast was recorded during lockdown and followed all social-distancing guidelines.
In this podcast series a panel of guests dissect the latest headlines and provide expert analysis on the top stories from across the world of business, finance and accountancy.
This is where we share ICAEW’s views on the BEIS white paper, explore what restoring trust means, and share information on the reform agenda.