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Are UK Regulators Holding Executives Accountable?

Are UK Regulators Holding Executives Accountable?

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Feb 20, 2024


In a recent report, Spotlight on Corruption, a UK-based research and advocacy group, argues that the country's regulators have failed to hold executives accountable for corporate misconduct.

"After every corporate scandal, from the financial crash to the Post Office, there are rightly calls for senior executives to face accountability — but this rarely happens," said Susan Hawley, the group's Executive Director. “This lack of accountability is bad for British business, bad for the UK economy and bad for the British people.”

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