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Governance after Walker

Financial Services Insights

On 26th November 2009 the final version of the Walker review into corporate governance in UK banks and other financial institutions (BOFIs) was published. It follows an interim report issued in July 2009. The review recommends the most radical changes to corporate governance in the UK since the publication of the Combined Code in 1998.

In our podcast on this topic from the Market Insights series, Deloitte partners discuss Sir David Walker’s final recommendations, what Walker's recommendations really mean for BOFIs, the potential impact on BOFI boards and Non-Executive Directors, the role of the Chief Risk Officer and the implementation of better risk management, executive remuneration and the role of the Remuneration Committee, and next steps for organisations to consider.


Martyn Jones, Chairman, Corporate Governance Services Group, +44 (0)20 7007 0861
Russell Collins, Head of UK Financial Services Industry, +44 (0)20 7303 2929
Kari Hale, Partner, Banking & Securities, +44 (0)20 7303 5799
Stephen Cahill, Partner, Executive Remuneration, +44 (0)20 7303 8801
William Higgins, Partner, Risk & Regulation, +44 (0)20 7303 2936

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