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Seven reasons why a board role can boost your career
There is a lot of focus on how to get non-executive director (NED) positions on corporate boards and the best way to build a portfolio career – but many professionals don’t realise the value of laying the groundwork for success at this level much earlier in their careers.
Directors’ duties to ‘have regard to’ a wide range of stakeholders has been with us since the Companies Act (2006). Stakeholders includes company employees.
The revised code focuses on the crucial themes of stakeholder engagement, culture, diversity and remuneration.
Delivering on fair pay
Robert Hodgkinson, Executive Director of ICAEW’s Technical Strategy Department gave evidence to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Select Committee on 6 June, on the subject of tackling excessive executive pay.
Banks increase diversity
FTSE 100 banking and financial institution boards have increased their gender and ethnic diversity, according to a new study from Green Park.
PRA consults on SIMR amendments
Large insurers could be required to have policies in place to promote board diversity under plans put forward by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).
Nearly six months have gone by since Theresa May outlined her vision of an economy which works for everyone and since then a great deal has happened on corporate reform issues.
Governance challenges in the era of digital transformation
What impact is digital transformation having on corporate governance?
A new ICAEW diversity reporting project will challenge the white, male, middle class dominance
KPMG vice chair Melanie Richards on how firms can ensure everyone is represented