Businesses face many threats. In an increasingly interconnected world, with challenges ranging from Brexit through to cyber, companies need to be alert and focused on future proofing the business.

Corporate governance attracts considerable interest from investors, journalists, regulators and academia. It is more important than ever for companies to have robust corporate governance processes in place. Investors want to see effective boards that focus on promoting the long-term interests of the company. But is corporate governance a major reputational risk to business when compared to other emerging threats? What do companies need to do?

In this session you will hear from our panel of experts who will explore whether corporate governance is the greatest risk facing UK businesses.

Chair: Oliver Parry, Morrow Sodali

Stephen Haddrill, Fincancial Reporting Council
Rupert Younger, Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation
Sacha Sadan, Legal and General Investment Management
Karina Litvack, Eni