Videos and podcasts

The FRC regularly publish podcasts and videos of webinars and other events.

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  • FRC discuss the recent updates to the Stewardship Code review

    In this episode, Kate O'Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs and Richard Moriarty, the FRC's Chief Executive Officer discuss the latest developments in the ongoing UK Stewardship Code review. They discuss the reasons behind the

  • FRC restructure introduces two new functions

    In this episode, Kate O'Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, Laura Warren, incoming Director of the Market Intelligence & Insights function and Philip Fitz-Gerald, incoming Director of the Digital Reporting & Taxonomies sit dow

  • FRC's key changes to FRS 102

    In our latest In Conversation podcast, Kate O’Neill, the FRC’s Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, speaks to Jenny Carter, the FRC’s Director of Accounting and Reporting Policy on the key changes to FRS 102 and tips for those applyin

  • FRC revisions to FRS 102 - UK and Ireland accounting standards

    On 15 May 2024, the FRC hosted a webinar where Mark Babington, Executive Director of Regulatory Standards, Kate O'Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, and Jenny Carter, Director of Accounting and Reporting Policy, updated stakeholders on the recent revisions to UK and Ireland accounting standards.

  • FRC welcomes non-financial reporting review

    The government has committed to bringing forward legislation following its review of non-financial reporting requirements for UK companies, which aims to simplify the reporting framework as part of its Smarter Regulation agenda. The FRC has been closely involved in this review and in this In-conversation, Kate O'Neill sits down with our Director of Accounting and Reporting Policy, Jenny Carter and Elisa Noble, a Senior Project Director in the Accounting and Reporting Policy team to discuss the announcement and what it means for companies' reporting.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

  • FRC launches market study on sustainability assurance market

    FRC Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, Kate O’Neill sits down with the Director of Competition Policy at the FRC, Laura Warren, to discuss the launch of the Market Study on UK sustainability assurance market.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

  • In conversation with Sir Keith Skeoch, Chair of the Pre-Emption Group

    Following the publication of the Pre-Emption Groups’ first report, Stephanie Blenko, senior policy associate in the Stewardship team at the FRC sits down with Sir Keith Skeoch, Chair of the Pre-Emption Group to discuss the first report monitoring the use of the 2022 statement of principles on the disapplication of pre-emption rights for UK listed companies.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

  • Reviewing the UK Stewardship Code

    As we begin the review of the UK Stewardship Code Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs sits down with Richard Moriarty, CEO for the latest FRC In Conversation episode. Kate and Richard discuss the key areas the review will focus on and the importance of working with other regulators throughout the review.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify

  • Reflecting on the Revised UK Corporate Governance Code 2024

    FRC Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs Kate O’Neill sits down with the Acting Director of Corporate Governance and Stewardship at the FRC, Maureen Beresford, a month after the publication of the UK Corporate Governance code to discuss the key revisions including its focus on internal controls, and the response to it so far.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify

  • Addressing the backlog in local audit

    In this In-Conversation, FRC Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs Kate O’Neill sits down with Executive Director of Supervision, Sarah Rapson to discuss the backlog in local audit and its impact on the public. Kate and Sarah look at the role the FRC plays in local audit and how it is supporting the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities on the recently launched consultation on proposals to reset the system.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

  • UK Corporate Governance Code 2024 - Internal Controls Webinar

    On the 30 January 2024, the FRC hosted a webinar where Kate O'Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, Maureen Beresford, Head of Corporate Governance and Jessica Dahlstrom, Corporate Governance Senior Manager, dived into the Internal Controls section of the UK Corporate Governance Code 2024.

  • UK Corporate Governance Code 2024 Webinar

    On the 23 January 2024, the FRC hosted a webinar where Richard Moriarty, Chief Executive Officer, Mark Babington, Executive Director of Regulatory Standards and Kate O'Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs explored the UK Corporate Governance Code and the key updates.

  • Technical Actuarial Standard (TAS) 300: Pensions - Version 2.0 Webinar

    On the 11 January 2024, the FRC hosted a webinar where Vanessa Leung, Director of Actuarial Policy, Andrew Bennett, Senior Project Director of Actuarial Policy, and Mark Harris, Project Director of Actuarial Policy, explored the key updates in Version 2.0 of TAS 300.

  • In-Conversation with FRC CEO, Richard Moriarty

    In the first 'In-Conversation' of 2024, the FRC's new CEO, Richard Moriarty, reflects on his first three months leading the organisations, talks about his view on what makes an effective regulator and discusses his priorities for the year ahead.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

  • The FRC’s enhanced approach to Professional Bodies Supervision

    Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate affairs, Dawn Dickson, Director of Professional Bodies Supervision and Dhruve Shah, Deputy Director of Professional Bodies Supervision discuss the benefits of the FRC’s new supervisory approach of the professional bodies.

    You can also listen on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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