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.Details
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.Details
The information presented to the board of directors in board materials is important. Board papers are the basis of the decisions made in the boardroom. Although NEDs are company directors and have the same responsibilities, duties and liabilities as the executives, they are not in the business day in and day out. As such, they…Details
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.Details
This page includes a recording of NEDonBoard’s panel and Q&A session dated 29th January 2019 centred on: Understanding your NED Legal Duties, Liabilities and Due DiligenceDetails
In September 2018, NEDonBoard hosted a series of roundtable discussions with the experienced portfolio board chairs; committee chairs; NEDs, company secretaries and CEOs. Following this, NEDonBoard hosted a panel discussion sharing some of the key insights from both the round table discussions and personally of the panellists.
The panel discussion was recorded for NEDonBoard members unable to attend, and can be viewed here – a worthwhile watch for any aspirant chair and those experienced in the role looking to continue the learning journey.Details
A highly recommended video to watch for all board members interested in good corporate governance.
Guest speaker Sir Win Bischoff, Chairman of the FRC, spoke around good corporate governance, and key elements of the new UK Corporate Governance Code (effective from January 1st, 2019). Interviewing Sir Win was portfolio non-executive director, Kathie Child-Villiers.
NEDonBoard quizzed Sir Winfried Bischoff, Chairman of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), about the FRC’s stance on culture and diversity in the boardroom.Details