Governance Outlook and Recapitulation

Professional Development


Corporate Governance is an ever-changing subject and some new trends are examined in this final module. The effects of the UK Bribery Act of 2010 and its global implications are examined.

There is a study of a scenario of the options boards have to look at when there is a non performing CEO.

There is an interview with an insolvency practitioner with considerable experience of dealing with businesses when things have not gone according to plan.

Session content

  • A look at some future trends for corporate governance.
  • In particular cybersecurity and ransomware
  • The effect of the UK Bribery Act on Corporate Governance.
  • A scenario of a difficult but pressing board matter and how to deal with it.
  • Interview with Alan Roberts partner of Grant Thornton

Learning outcomes

Having attended this course, delegates will:

  • Understand future trends for boards to prioritise critical tasks
  • Be aware of the possible effect of the UK Bribery Act 2010 on your business
  • Appreciate How Cybersecurity will be a growing concern for corporate governance
  • Learn how a board might deal with a CEO who isn’t performing
  • Have watched the Interview with Alan Roberts – corporate recovery specialist
  • Will have a brief recap of previous modules

Suitable For

Those working in financial and professional services in a senior capacity – Non-Executive Directors, Executive Directors, Senior Managers, Senior Governance Professionals, Company Secretaries – as well as those looking to build a better appreciation of the demands placed on directors and boards in the dispatch of their legal, contractual and fiduciary duties.

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A CPD certificate will be issued to delegates

Purchase licences

GBP 75 per licence




Expert video interview with
Alan Roberts

Alan has over 30 years’ experience as a corporate investigator, forensic accountant and restructuring expert. He is also a Certified Fraud examiner, an approved liquidator in several jurisdictions as well as being a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute. As well as the US, Alan has operated throughout Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. Alan has to pick up the pieces often when there have been failures in corporate governance.



Why choose BPP?

Real world application

BPP’s Corporate Governance programme has been designed to enhance your technical knowledge through the use of real-life examples, real-world corporate scandals, impacts and outcomes, interviews with individuals operating in the sector, and practical application.

Market-leading online delivery

Courses are delivered to your employees using our bespoke learning management system, the Hub. It is a self-contained system in which your employees can access the pre-recorded content, mark it as complete, or revisit and recap for up to 12 months.

A fully supportive environment

BPP provide high-quality learning, support and structure with the freedom for you to study in your own time from your home, the office or wherever you happen to be. Our tutors are experienced professionals who have been specifically recruited for their industry experience and passion for training.