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Webinars and podcasts from the Corporate Governance Community

Each recording is approximately one hour in duration.

Recordings 2016 and 2017

Worker representation on boards

14 September 2017

Graeme Nuttall OBE (Fieldfisher), and Andrew Ninian (The Investment Association) discuss how worker representation on boards could work for business.

Trust in business

Aug 2017

Podcast: Hear some insights from a range of different perspectives on this important subject. Learn about the importance of being trustworthy, worker representation at the John Lewis Partnership, the role of the media and the rebuilding of trust by the banks since 2008.

Does remuneration benchmarking reward failure?

28 March 2017

Mark Freebairn, Partner and Head of the Financial Management Practice at Odgers Berndtson, and Ruth Bender, Professor of Corporate Financial Strategy at Cranfield School of Management, discuss executive pay and remuneration benchmarking.

What is good corporate governance?

26 January 2017

Simon Lowe, Chairman of Grant Thornton Governance Institute, and Elizabeth Richards, Head of Corporate Governance, ICAEW, discuss the factors that constitute effective corporate governance.

Board’s role in integrated thinking

19 October 2016

Deborah Harris, Chair of ICAEW’s NED Group and Paul Druckman, Chief Executive of the International Integrated Reporting Council discuss developments in corporate reporting, the growing demand for transparency and sustainable strategies.

Cyber security: an update on what boards need to know

18 May 2016

Simon Shooter, Head of Cybersecurity and Co-Head of International Commercial Group, Bird & Bird LLP, Kirstin Gillon and Mark Taylor from ICAEW’s IT Faculty provide an overview of the Audit Insights: Cyber Security report.