What are the Main Differences for a Non-Exec Working in the Public Sector and Private Sector?

Unfortunately, the topic of the differences between NED’s in the public sector and NEDs in the private sector is not a greatly researched topic. However, it is immensely important to gain an insight into the distinctions between the two roles, subsequently allowing both, boards and non-execs to understand how non-execs may be able to cross…

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Non Executive Director Career: What does the firm need to include in a non-exec agreement template?

There are many benefits to this position including flexibility, authority and convenience. Here are the necessary elements of a non-exec agreement. Non-Exec Director Offers Wider Perspective Firms hire non-execs to offer an outsider vantage point. At times, internal executives can be too timid to offer contradictory viewpoints on corporate issues. A NED can offer a…

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Is Being on the Remuneration Committee a Headache or an Opportunity?

One non-executive position that is often viewed with an exceptional amount of ambiguity is the assignment to the remuneration committee. The remuneration committee is a board within the board that is established for the purpose of ensuring that all remuneration arrangements work within the structure of the business strategy for the purpose of the motivation,…

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How Has the Non Executive Director Role have Changed between 2008 and 2015?

Not too long ago, many non-executive directors, or NEDs, played more of a ceremonial role in the board rather than a truly functional one. Many were appointed by senior executives simply to add some gravitas to a board, without toppling the applecart. However, the role and responsibilities of non-executive directors are rapidly changing. The days…

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