Videos and podcasts
The FRC regularly publish podcasts and videos of webinars and other events.
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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.
Annual Review of Corporate Governance Reporting Webinar
On 27 November 2023, the FRC hosted a webinar where Mark Babington, Executive Director of Regulatory Standards, Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, and Maureen Beresford, Head of Corporate Governance, discussed the findings of this year’s review.
FRC consultation on proposed revisions to ISA (UK) 250 Webinar
On 23 November 2023, the FRC hosted a webinar where Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, James Ferris, Director of UK of Audit Policy – Audit & Assurance, and Kate Dalby, Project Director – Audit & Assurance, discussed the FRC’s consultation on proposed revisions to ISA (UK) 250.
2023 Annual review of Corporate Governance Reporting
FRC Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs Kate O’Neill sits down with Head of Corporate Governance Maureen Beresford to discuss the findings from the latest review of corporate governance reporting, including the improvements the FRC is seeing in reporting and where there is still work to be done.
Annual Review of Corporate Reporting Webinar
On 1 November 2023, the FRC hosted a webinar where Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, Malcolm Millar, Case Director - Corporate Reporting Review, Harriet Mossop, Case Director - Corporate Reporting Review, Geoff LeGouais, Senior Case Officer - Corporate Reporting Review, and Ian Fiander, Case Officer - Corporate Reporting Review, discussed the key findings from this year’s annual review and the expectations for the upcoming reporting season, including TCFD reporting requirements.
Adopting a materiality mindset
In our latest in-conversation, Philip Fitzgerald, Director of the FRC Lab and Michelle Cardwell, a project Manager in the FRC Lab to talk about their recently published report looking at materiality in company reporting. They discuss how materiality can be used as a lens to communicate how companies can communicate what really matters to their business and their stakeholders.
Ethical Standard Webinar
On 4 October 2023, the FRC hosted a webinar where Mark Babington, , Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, and James Ferris, Director of UK Audit Policy - Audit & Assurance.
Finding exceptional NEDs
Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, Kate O’Neill, sits down with FRC Chair, Sir Jan du Plessis to find out the qualities he’s looking for in three new Non-Executive Directors the FRC is recruiting to the board at this exciting time for the organisation.
Reflecting on the 2023 UK Corporate Governance Code Consultation
As our four-month consultation on the UK Corporate Governance Code comes to an end, Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, is joined by Maureen Beresford, Head of Corporate Governance, for the latest FRC In Conversation episode. While recapping which parts of the code were consulted, Kate and Maureen share their reaction to the level of engagement seen across the consultation period, discuss the wide spectrum of helpful views, and explore what’s next.
Investment stewardship - What’s new in 2022?
The growing importance of ESG in investment management, stewardship and engagement has become a crucial element of investment strategy. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is the owner of the UK’s Stewardship Code which sets best-practice principles for asset managers, asset owners and investment service providers in this important area. Join us as we discuss what’s changed and what’s changing in investment stewardship as we look towards a new year.
The FRC and Local Audit
Kate O'Neill sits down with our Deputy CEO and Executive Director of Supervision, Sarah Rapson and our Director of Local Audit, Neil Harris to discuss the challenges in local audit and the FRC's new role as Shadow Systems Leader.
Sustainability Disclosures Technical Advisory Committee
In this podcast, Mark Babington, Executive Director of Regulatory Standards, Kate O’Neill, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, Sarah-Jayne Dominic, Head of Policy Programmes and Strategy, and Daniel Makevic, Policy Lead on IFRS Sustainability Standards, discuss the crucial role that the TAC will have in the development of sustainability disclosures in the UK, and internationally.
Kate O’Neill, Harriett Mossop & Janet Lucke discuss TCFD disclosures from premium listed companies
The FRC has published a report looking at TCFD disclosures from premium listed companies. Our Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Corporate Affairs, Kate O’Neill, sat down with Harriett Mossop, Case Director and Janet Lucke, Senior Case Officer from the FRC’s Supervision division to talk about the TCFD reporting requirements for companies, the positive steps being taken and where there are areas for improvement.
In Conversation with the UKEB Chair: Reflections and Priorities
The UK Endorsement Board (UKEB) Chair, Pauline Wallace, was recently a guest on an FRC ‘In Conversation’ podcast. As the UKEB enters its third year of operation, listen to the Chair discussing UKEB’s priorities for the year ahead, the IFRS standards being considered by the Board, and UKEB’s approach to stakeholder engagement and the various ways in which stakeholders can share their views.
FRC publishes guidance on running effective AGMs
The Financial Reporting Council has recently published new guidance for listed companies to enhance effective shareholder participation when planning and conducting AGMs. We sat down with Head of Corporate Governance, Maureen Beresford and Senior Policy Advisor, Kelvin Ernest to talk about how and why this first of its kind guidance has been produced.