CLLN.L - CARILLION PLC ORD 50P

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  • Bosses face clampdown on share sales‎ after Carillion collapse
    Sky News7 days ago

    Bosses face clampdown on share sales‎ after Carillion collapse

    The bosses of Britain's biggest public companies‎ could be forced to hold onto shares for years after they retire under new corporate governance rules to be unveiled next week. Sky News has learnt that executives will face a ban on the sale of shares awarded under long-term incentive plans for up to five years as part of a clampdown aimed at rebuilding public trust in business. Sources said that the Financial Reporting Council's (FRC) revamped Corporate Governance Code would impose a new provision for remuneration committees to consider whether executives should be required to continue to hold shares for a period after their employment ends.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Kier Group to sell non-core assets to save costs

    (Reuters) - British construction and support services company Kier Group Plc (KIE.L) said on Tuesday it had launched a cost-savings plan that would include the sale of non-core assets, and stuck to its ...

  • Carillion collapse exposed flaws in UK government policy - MPs
    Reuters12 days ago

    Carillion collapse exposed flaws in UK government policy - MPs

    The collapse of Carillion exposed the risks of using private companies to cut the cost of delivering public services and its failure could be repeated if the government does not learn lessons, lawmakers said on Monday. Carillion, which employed 43,000 people to provide services in defence, education, health and transport, collapsed in January, becoming the largest construction bankruptcy in British history. A report published by a parliamentary committee on Monday said the government's overriding priority for outsourcing had been spending as little money as possible while forcing contractors to take unacceptable levels of financial risks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Carillion collapse exposed flaws in UK government policy - lawmakers

    The collapse of Carillion exposed the risks of using private companies to cut the cost of delivering public services and its failure could be repeated if the government does not learn lessons, lawmakers said on Monday. Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) , which employed 43,000 people to provide services in defence, education, health and transport, collapsed in January, becoming the largest construction bankruptcy in British history. A report published by a parliamentary committee on Monday said the government's overriding priority for outsourcing had been spending as little money as possible while forcing contractors to take unacceptable levels of financial risks.

  • Carillion collapse shows 'flaws' in government outsourcing
    Sky News12 days ago

    Carillion collapse shows 'flaws' in government outsourcing

    The Government's overriding priority for outsourcing is spending as little money as possible while forcing contractors to take unacceptable levels of financial risk, the Commons public administration select committee said. As a result of the government's preoccupation with cost, MPs found that the government has had to renegotiate over £120m of contracts since the beginning of 2016 to ensure public services would continue.

  • Carillion collapse exposed government outsourcing flaws – report
    The Guardian13 days ago

    Carillion collapse exposed government outsourcing flaws – report

    Carillion was one of the biggest corporate collapses in years. The folly of using contractors to drive down the cost of providing public services has been exposed by the collapse of Carillion, an official report has shown. The House of Commons public administration and constitutional affairs committee found there are fundamental flaws in the way the government awards contracts because of “an aggressive approach to risk transfer”.

  • Carillion crisis ‘could happen again’ 
    The Telegraph13 days ago

    Carillion crisis ‘could happen again’ 

    Carillion crisis ‘could happen again’ 

  • Carillion collapse spurs IoD to call for new directors' watchdog
    Sky News16 days ago

    Carillion collapse spurs IoD to call for new directors' watchdog

    A new body that would police the directors of major companies‎ and have powers to recommend that they be 'struck off' should be established to help rebuild public trust in business, the bosses' union has told MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) . Sky News has obtained a submission drawn up by the Institute of Directors (IoD) in response to a report by two parliamentary select committees about the collapse of Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) . In the document, which is due to be published on Friday, the IoD calls for the creation of a code of conduct for directors, which board members of companies above an unspecified threshold would be required to sign up to.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    EY takes over as SIG auditor as regulator investigates Deloitte

    Auditing firms Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and EY have all caught the attention of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) in recent weeks, as shock corporate failures such as Carillion (CLLN.L) and Poundworld raised questions over standards in the auditing industry. The FRC said last week it began an investigation into Deloitte's audit of two annual financial statements of SIG, focusing on cash and supplier rebates.

  • Carillion workers and union sue for back pay
    Sky News18 days ago

    Carillion workers and union sue for back pay

    Former workers for the collapsed construction giant Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) are taking legal action against the company through the UK's largest trade union. According to Unite, the 80 workers were employed by Carillion subsidiary Planned Maintenance Engineering Ltd, on a contract at spy agency GCHQ in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Carillion went into compulsory liquidation on 15 January and a week later the workforce was told by liquidators PwC that they faced redundancy.

  • Union Unite sues collapsed Carillion on behalf of ex-workers
    Reuters18 days ago

    Union Unite sues collapsed Carillion on behalf of ex-workers

    The members were employed by Carillion's group company Planned Maintenance Engineering Ltd on a contract at Britain's GCHQ spy agency headquarters in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Carillion collapsed in January when its banks pulled the plug, triggering Britain's biggest corporate failure in a decade and intensifying uncertainty about the future of the outsourcing sector. Unite said the workers were dismissed on Feb. 6 without consultation and were told to claim their pay from the government's redundancy payments office.

  • Union Unite sues collapsed Carillion on behalf of ex-workers
    Reuters18 days ago

    Union Unite sues collapsed Carillion on behalf of ex-workers

    The members were employed by Carillion's group company Planned Maintenance Engineering Ltd on a contract at Britain's GCHQ spy agency headquarters in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Carillion collapsed in January when its banks pulled the plug, triggering Britain's biggest corporate failure in a decade and intensifying uncertainty about the future of the outsourcing sector. Unite said the workers were dismissed on Feb. 6 without consultation and were told to claim their pay from the government's redundancy payments office.

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    Union Unite sues collapsed Carillion on behalf of ex-workers

    Britain's biggest labour union said on Tuesday it has launched legal action against Carillion on behalf of former workers of the company whose jobs were made redundant following the collapse of the British outsourcer in January. The members were employed by Carillion's group company Planned Maintenance Engineering Ltd on a contract at Britain's GCHQ spy agency headquarters in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Carillion collapsed in January when its banks pulled the plug, triggering Britain's biggest corporate failure in a decade and intensifying uncertainty about the future of the outsourcing sector.

  • British regulator investigates KPMG's Conviviality audit
    Reuters18 days ago

    British regulator investigates KPMG's Conviviality audit

    KPMG denied any shortcomings in its audit of Conviviality, which entered administration in April. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is probing Conviviality's financial statements for the year ended April 2017.

  • FCA 'looking into' Carillion insider dealing claim
    Sky News23 days ago

    FCA 'looking into' Carillion insider dealing claim

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is "looking into" claims of insider dealing at Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) ahead of the now-collapsed construction firm's first profit warning in July last year. The revelation was made in correspondence between the regulator and the chair of the work and pensions select committee, Frank Field, who subsequently made the detail public. Carillion had announced on 3 January - less than two weeks before its collapse - that the FCA was examining the "timeliness and content" of announcements the company had made between 7 December 2016 and 10 July 2017.

  • Carillion: Now watchdogs are looking at insider trading
    The Independent23 days ago

    Carillion: Now watchdogs are looking at insider trading

    The Carillion scandal took a new turn this morning with the revelation that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is looking into allegations of possible insider trading in the run up to the contractor’s collapse. The focus is on whether or not the problems revealed in Carillion’s profit warning of 10 July were disclosed early enough and, if not, whether earlier announcements could be considered false or misleading as a result. Carillion’s then chief executive Richard Howson quit, the shares crashed, and the company spiralled downwards until all that was left of a vast edifice were ashes.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    FCA may expand probe to include insider trading at collapsed Carillion

    Britain's markets watchdog may expand an investigation into the failed outsourcing firm Carillion to examine whether there was illegal trading of shares before the company's collapse. In a letter to lawmakers investigating Carillion's demise, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it was looking into "allegations of insider trading" at Carillion in response to a question from parliament's Work and Pensions Committee. "Our primary focus is to determine whether the matters announced in Carillion's trading update on 10 July 2017 were identified and announced at the appropriate time," FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey said in a letter released by the pensions committee.

  • City watchdog in Carillion insider dealing probe
    Sky News23 days ago

    City watchdog in Carillion insider dealing probe

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is investigating claims of insider dealing at Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) ahead of the now-collapsed construction firm's first profit warning in July last year. The revelation was made in correspondence between the regulator and the chair of the work and pensions select committee, Frank Field, who subsequently made the detail public. Carillion had announced on 3 January - less than two weeks before its collapse - that the FCA was examining the "timeliness and content" of announcements the company had made between 7 December 2016 and 10 July 2017.

  • UK watchdog may expand probe to include insider trading at collapsed Carillion
    Reuters24 days ago

    UK watchdog may expand probe to include insider trading at collapsed Carillion

    Britain's markets watchdog may expand an investigation into the failed outsourcing firm Carillion to examine whether there was illegal trading of shares before the company's collapse. In a letter to lawmakers investigating Carillion's demise, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it was looking into "allegations of insider trading" at Carillion in response to a question from parliament's Work and Pensions Committee. "Our primary focus is to determine whether the matters announced in Carillion's trading update on 10 July 2017 were identified and announced at the appropriate time," FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey said in a letter released by the pensions committee.

  • FCA investigates allegations of insider trading at Carillion
    The Guardian24 days ago

    FCA investigates allegations of insider trading at Carillion

    It is understood the FCA has yet to agree whether the allegations about Carillion could form the basis of a formal investigation. The City watchdog has revealed it is investigating allegations of insider trading at the building and services contractor Carillion before its spectacular collapse in January. In a letter to MPs, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief, Andrew Bailey, said he was looking into allegations that people connected to the company had traded in its shares using inside knowledge before Carillion’s huge profit warning on 10 July 2017.

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    UK watchdog may expand probe to include insider trading at collapsed Carillion

    Britain's markets watchdog may expand an investigation into the failed outsourcing firm Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) to examine whether there was illegal trading of shares before the company's collapse. In a letter to lawmakers investigating Carillion's demise, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it was looking into "allegations of insider trading" at Carillion in response to a question from parliament's Work and Pensions Committee. "Our primary focus is to determine whether the matters announced in Carillion's trading update on 10 July 2017 were identified and announced at the appropriate time," FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey said in a letter released by the pensions committee.

  • City watchdog reviewing allegations of insider trading at Carillion
    The Telegraph24 days ago

    City watchdog reviewing allegations of insider trading at Carillion

    City watchdog reviewing allegations of insider trading at Carillion

  • U.K.’s FCA ‘Aware’ of Carillion Insider-Dealing Allegations
    Bloomberg24 days ago

    U.K.’s FCA ‘Aware’ of Carillion Insider-Dealing Allegations

    The U.K.’s markets regulator was “aware" of allegations of insider trading in shares of Carillion Plc prior to the company’s collapse, the head of the Financial Conduct Authority said in a letter to lawmakers. Carillion, an outsourcing company with contracts in everything from hospitals to the HS2 high-speed rail project, went out of business in January after failing to shore-up finances and get a government bailout. The FCA is "looking" at the allegations, Andrew Bailey said in a July 22 letter to lawmakers.

  • Carillion under investigation for insider trading, financial watchdog reveals
    The Independent24 days ago

    Carillion under investigation for insider trading, financial watchdog reveals

    Carillion is being investigated by the financial watchdog over allegations of insider trading in the stock ahead of the company’s collapse earlier this year. The Financial Conduct Authority revealed that it is looking into the allegations in a letter to the Work and Pensions Committee chair, Frank Field. Mr Field had written to the regulator to enquire about the status of its ongoing investigation into the failed outsourcing giant.

  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    Taking lessons from Carillion, Britain toughens outsourcer rules

    Britain is preparing to toughen up contract terms for private companies operating in the public sector over the next 12 to 18 months after the collapse of outsourcing group Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) , a source familiar with the plans said on Monday. The government, which awards 200 billion pounds of public contracts to private companies every year, plans to force those doing critical work for government departments to provide a "living will" agreement that would pass their work to another supplier in an emergency. Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington said earlier on Monday he was also seeking to make it easier for smaller companies, charities and social enterprises to take on large government contracts, and would demand more transparency and social awareness from public service providers.

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