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2019 UPDATE | UK Financial Reporting Council

2019 UPDATE | UK Financial Reporting Council

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Mar 26, 2019


See also 2019 Update | United Kingdom

In the UK, the focus on corporate conduct and culture reaches beyond the banking sector. The Financial Reporting Council, for instance, is a statutory body responsible for regulating auditors, accountants, and actuaries, as well as setting the UK corporate governance and stewardship codes. In July 2018, the FRC released a revised governance code, which it called a “UK Corporate Governance Code that is fit for the future.”1 

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