PAN-PAN! An airline’s lesson in staying calm in crisis

Establishing mechanisms that allow you to consider every possible scenario will best prepare for the unexpected, explains Tom McLeod - Managing Consultant, McLeod Governance

Looking at culture through governance lenses

Do we agree that culture is important for ensuring effective decision-making in the boardroom?, writes Jo Iwasaki - Head of Corporate Governance at ACCA

Good governance: The foundation for playing a beautiful game

Especially in the sport sector, management practices ought to exemplify the highest levels of fairness, transparency and stakeholder engagement. In fact, the future trust in sport depends on it, explains writes Michael Pedersen - An internationally recognised expert in sport governance, transparency, ethics and integrity

Taking control of board culture and new realities

Directors spend around one full month a year on board-related matters. So how do you optimise board culture to make sure this time is used effectively?, writes Stuart R. Levine - Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Stuart Levine & Associates LLC

The executive board’s role in cybersecurity

Cyber-responsible boards are pushing their organisations to new levels of innovation, explains John RiggiFormer FBI Executive and Head of BDO USA’s Cybersecurity Practice

Oversight of AML: Time to take notice

Boards need to demonstrate their awareness of and responsibility for detecting and preventing money laundering, writes Samantha Sheen - AML Director Europe, ACAMS

Why good companies end up on the wrong side of the law

Despite the significant growth of compliance programmes, the number of executives accused of wrongdoing appears to be increasing, explains Richard Fenning - Chief Executive Officer of Control Risks

Will US investors diverge  from Trump on climate change?

Despite the US president’s withdrawal from the international climate accord, shareholders will always have Paris, writes Professor Paul Rose - Bazler Designated Professor in Business Law at the Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law

Latin America in a VUCA world

Boards in the region are struggling in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous climate, explains Professor Alfredo Enrione - Founder & Chairman of the Center for Corporate Governance and Society at ESE Business School

Banorte’s perfect vision

Investors, customers and partners sit at the heart of Grupo Financiero Banorte’s strategic plan to become the best bank in Mexico, explains Carlos Hank González - Chairman of the Board of Directors at Grupo Financiero Banorte