AI and Corporate Governance

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Are we taking AI seriously enough in considering its impact on corporate governance?  It would be easy to miss the additional question which has appeared at the end of

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Governance and The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction Transformation of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 is a strategic framework designed to reduce the country’s dependence on oil, diversify its economy, and develop public

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Manchester City: Winning, but at what cost?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Manchester City FC’s Crisis: Financial Irregularities, Governance Issues, and the Implications for Football Introduction Manchester City FC, a club revered worldwide, has been enmeshed in a web of controversies and

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Getting company incorporation right

Reading Time: 3 minutes Incorporation is the process of a business registering as limited company. This means the company becomes its own legal entity with a separate identity to those who own or run

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Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) continues to dominate discussions in the world of finance and corporate governance. It has served as a compass for evaluating companies’ ethical and sustainability practices, gaining ground as investors increasingly factor them into their decision-making

Stepping into the world of charity governance, we embarked on a transformative journey with a well-know charity.  At the outset, we were brought in to support on the governance framework however upon inspection and evaluation we identified their plans for improving their framework were not realistic to achieve the outcome that they wanted.  With their support we re-wrote the entire project to deliver an entirely new framework

We assisted in refining the accuracy of their company register database by conducting comprehensive comparisons with records from Companies House for each entity within the group structure

Recently BG was already working with the client, a FTSE 250 Financial Services group, as cover for a senior-level maternity leave. One of the ‘Big Four’ accounting firms had produced a project plan, including tax advice, for an extensive entity rationalisation project, but the project was not progressing.

Our entity rationalisation programme required us to analyse the company’s existing group structure, which contained circa 300 entities, to identify any entities which may be surplus to requirements

This paper delves into the strategic role of expatriate placement in shaping subsidiary management control systems within a multinational corporation. Expatriates, employees deployed from the parent company to the subsidiary, play a pivotal role in transferring corporate culture, values, and expertise. Drawing on real-world experiences, this paper explores how expatriates influence various aspects of the subsidiary’s management control system, including policies, procedures, decision-making, communication, and talent development.

Managing a multitude of different types of subsidiaries efficiently is a top priority for organisations aiming to expand their global reach while ensuring control and compliance. What the governance teams need to establish is how many subsidiaries the team can effectively manage without specialised software?