Written by Elise Perraud What is a public appointment? Public sector NEDs are appointed on the boards of public bodies, government departments or advisory committees. Taking on a public appointment includes joining the board of directors of large public bodies as well as advisory committees, that are made up of lay members, experts and…
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As the end of 2019 approaches, this is a time to reflect on what NEDonBoard has accomplished with its members and the community of NEDs and board members. Resources NEDonBoard has enriched its platform with more exclusive content for its members. The NEDonBoard platform is unique in that it is truly independent and is…
In March 2019, following a series of meetings with portfolio audit committee board members, NEDonBoard had the pleasure of welcoming Kathie Child-Villiers, Iain Cornish and Mary Hardy to discuss board best practices in relation to audit committee – oversight of internal audit, a recording of which is available to members below.
Sharing NEDonBoard interview insights from experienced non-executive directors and search consultants, the following short videos are of particular use to those aspiring to the NED role, those newly developing a portfolio of roles, and those interested to better understand key considerations for your next role.
To connect NEDonBoard members with businesses looking for their expertise, we co-host regular NXD-business speed dating events. Below is a list of companies and NEDonBoard members who have recently attended NEDonBoard NED-Business speed dating co-hosted events in Edinburgh.
NEDonBoard had the pleasure to welcome James Wates CBE (more recently knighted, Sir James Wates), chair of The Wates Group and chair of the coalition group for the Wates Corporate Governance Principles for Large Private Companies for an event promoting the Wates Principles. A recording of the event as well as an interview with Sir James Wates are available to NEDonBoard members below.
NEDs wanted! In April 2018, the FCA announced a range of measures to improve fund governance, protect investors and ensure that investors receive value from the investments. One of these measures requires the Board of Authorised Fund Managers (‘AFMs’) to be comprised of a minimum of 2 independent non-executive directors, representing at least 25% of…