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  • "CMU and Corporate Governance: How can investor stewardship be enhanced in Europe?"

    The FRC's 2015 Conference on 25 June will bring together investors, industry leaders, companies, auditors and regulators to consider the opportunities and threats from a European Capital Markets Union
  • The FRC is the UK's independent regulator responsible for promoting high quality corporate governance and reporting to foster investment.

    The FRC sets the framework of codes and standards for the accounting, auditing, actuarial and investor communities and oversees the conduct of the professionals involved.
  • We work to promote high standards in accounting, auditing and actuarial practice.

    The FRC is accountable to Parliament and its wide range of stakeholders. It is funded through non-statutory arrangements and adheres to the principles of better regulation, especially wide public consultation.
  • The FRC's culture is open and collaborative.

    Its goal is to ensure that the capital markets benefit from timely and relevant information about company performance and board behaviour.
  • The FRC is committed to providing equality of opportunity for all staff and embracing diversity in line with our values.

    The FRC has signed up to Think, Act, Report, the Government’s voluntary initiative to drive greater transparency on gender employment issues.
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