The need for finance directors and senior members of their teams to meet –
and be seen to meet – ethical standards has never been more important. But the
landscape is constantly shifting. As well as traditional corporate governance
rules, finance teams now need to consider fully corporate social responsibility
and environmental obligations. In these changing times should FDs seek to seize
control and lead and influence the debate internally – or should they focus on
following the rules and expectations placed upon them?
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