Today’s general counsel face a huge challenge to balance the demands of compliance with the need to support sales and business growth.

In this video, Legal Week‘s John Malpas talks to Honeycomb Forensic Accounting managing director Jeffrey Davidson about how GCs can move beyond box-ticking and act as a driver of commercial culture.

Also discussed are proposals to cut the amount of time that public records on dissolved companies are held on file at Companies House from 20 years to just six, a move which could have significant implications for GCs.

Jeffrey Davidson recently led a session on this topic at the Corporate Counsel Forum Europe – click here for more information.