Tolley's Corporate Governance Handbook

Tolley's Corporate Governance Handbook

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"(PUBLICATION FIRST MARKED AS OUT OF PRINT 14/10/03)Tolley's Corporate Governance Handbook is a new and comprehensive guide to how your company can operate best practice both internally and externally, and can function effectively within a larger business and legal environment.It contains guidance on the latest regulations and on the guidelines produced by the accountancy profession, the ABI and PRO NED. It also covers the FSA listing rules as well as the best practice guidelines of the Combined Code, the Hampel, Cadbury and Turnbull reports and the recommendations of the Company Law Review Steering Group.It will assist you in creating the best policies for your business in the key areas of: Disclosure requirements and accounting standards Appointing non-executive and independent directors Fiduciary duties of directors, officers and controlling shareholders Corporate governance in the public sector Internal and external auditing The issue and sale of securities Bankruptcy and creditors' rightsAs well as the many other issues covered under the scope of corporate governance.Written in a practical and user-friendly format, with checklists, precedents and case studies, summaries and sources of further information this handbook is the ideal guide for anyone invloved in or advising on company administration"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 901 pages
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0754516261
  • 9780754516262

Table of contents

"Introduction. The Corporate governance framework. Corporate governance pronouncements - UK. Reporting on internal control, and the Turnbull Report. External control. External audit. Voting policies. Risk management and internal control. Corporate governance in the public sector. Being a director. The effective board. Board policies and policy statements. Compensation packages. Board committees. Audit committees; Board committees - terms of reference. Stakeholders and reputational management. Internal audit. Fraud. Sustainability. International dimensions. Appendices."show more