Sallie Pilot leading the debate on the age of accountability - Black Sun Global

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Sallie Pilot leading the debate on the age of accountability

This year’s conference examined what lies ahead in corporate governance following the work on the new UK Corporate Governance Code and other regulatory measures, and asked what it all means for corporate accountability and transparency.

Chairing the session on Corporate disclosure – practice, pitfalls and good PR, Sallie led the panellists to discuss if good disclosure is the most effective way to promote good governance and if so, what should companies disclose, and how. They further looked at who would benefit from these disclosures and what lessons can be learned from existing best practice.

The conference also addressed other pressing topics around boardroom diversity, stewardship, the longevity of 'comply or explain' and the practical lessons in managing risk. 

As we move towards a more open and honest approach, the ICSA Corporate Governance conference gave an excellent platform for discussion to address the need for corporate accountability and transparency.

For further information please see ICSA Corporate Governance Conference.