Lloyds CEO will appear before members of the work and pensions committee together with Stuart Sinclair, chair of the bank’s remuneration committee.
New version of the German Corporate Governance code been published.
Fewer shareholders voted in favour of the bank’s pay policies, following questions on how bonuses are determined.
WH Smith CEO will resign in October after being with the company for 15 years.
New EU rules on audit force Goldman Sachs to look beyond big four for its new European auditor.
Banks recognise the importance of tackling cybersecurity risks and spend billions of dollars to this end, however, their boards lack the necessary expertise to oversee cyber risks.
Nissan's new board will comprise 11 members, 7 of which are external directors.
Executives at Samsung ordered staff to destroy evidence related to the 2015 accounting fraud.
Changes fall short of operational split recommended by watchdog.
Barclays, Citigroup, JP Morgan, MUFG, and RBS have been charged by the European Union for their role in manipulating the FX market.