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Corporate Governance

The board of directors of any business is responsible for the strategic objectives of a business, monitoring those objectives, the appointment of senior management and accounting for the company's activities to shareholders and to UK Government.

Where a director acts dishonestly or makes a mistake in either the preparation of accounts, an accident causing injury to an employee or in failing to govern the business within UK law, they may incur both civil and criminal liability.

The combined teams of Chatterons corporate and employment law advise directors on their individual and their corporate governance requirements either on appointment as a director or as a result of a company undertaking a review of their policies and procedures.