Hampel Report, The (1998)

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A report published in 1998 containing recommendations from the Committee on Corporate Governance which cover the role of directors, directors’ remuneration, the role of shareholders, and accountability and audit.

The Hampel Committee was established to review the effectiveness of the Cadbury and Greenbury reports. The committee recommended no substantive changes and consolidated the Cadbury and Greenbury 40 Corporate Governance Matters reports into the “Combined Code of Best Practices,” which the London Stock Exchange subsequently adopted.

See: Cadbury Report; Greenbury Report; Best management practice


The Hampel Report (ICAEW)