The Chartered Governance Institute - Yorkshire and Humber

Yorkshire and Humber

Stay up to date with what's happening in local governance and the wider governance community


Latest news

Announcement of transfer of CGIUKI board evaluation service

Announcement of transfer of CGIUKI board evaluation service

25 April 2024

As a result of the decision to prioritise its role as a standard setter and registration body, CGIUKI is no longer providing board performance reviews through its in-house board evaluation service, CGI Board Evaluation. Read more

Open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt

Open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt

28 February 2024

On 6 March 2024, Jeremy Hunt will deliver the Spring Budget, the last anticipated fiscal event before a general election later this year. Read more

CGIUKI urges government to complete audit reforms

CGIUKI urges government to complete audit reforms

12 February 2024

On Friday The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland wrote to Kemi Badenoch to remind the government about the need to complete audit reform. Its now over six years since Carillon plc failed (January 2018) and yet the markets are still waiting for key changes that will restore confidence in financial statements. Read more

CGIUKI gives a cautious welcome to new Governance Code

CGIUKI gives a cautious welcome to new Governance Code

22 January 2024

CGIUKI has welcomed the FRC’s new Corporate Governance Code but cautioned that governance and regulatory reform remains incomplete. Read more

CGIUKI writes to City Minister to urge the government to fix the UK's delisting problem

CGIUKI writes to City Minister to urge the government to fix the UK's delisting problem

08 January 2024

On Friday 5th January, Sara Drake, CEO of CGIUKI wrote to Bim Afolami MP, the Treasury Minister, urging him to call an emergency meeting to review the UK's delisting problem. Read more

CGI sounds a note of caution on the Football Governance Bill

CGI sounds a note of caution on the Football Governance Bill

09 November 2023

CGI welcomes the plan for a new independent regulator in English football which was announced in the King's Speech but we are concerned that expectations of reform are unrealistically high, and that the Football Governance Bill announced in the King’s Speech on 7th November is promising more than it can possibly deliver. Read more

Search CGI