Director of Corporate Governance Peter Van Veen
Peter van Veen has joined the ICAEW as Director of Corporate Governance and Stewardship, with over 20 years’ experience of working with, advising and serving on boards. Helping to strengthen our value to members on vital issues of corporate governance.
How to excel as a board member – a guide for Non-Executive Directors (NEDs)
David Levenson and Siobhán Cahalan spoke on an ICAEW webinar exploring how to prepare for being on a board and what you will discover when you arrive in the boardroom. David and Siobhán follow up below with some more advice in response to questions that were raised on the webinar.
Practical tips for securing that elusive NED role
In this article we hear from Heather on the hot topics the audience wanted to know more about.
The non-executive director’s role has changed considerably in recent years. Boards are seeking people with exactly the right expertise.
How should boards harness risk management to ensure future resilience?
The ability to not only survive but thrive in uncertain conditions is increasingly the understanding of what is meant by organisational resilience.
Taking on the role of ‘Non-Executive Director’… boards do need You!
The role of the Non-Executive Director (‘NED’) can be both challenging and rewarding, but it is important to know what you are getting into.
This first edition aims to provide practice notes and advisory tips in concise and user-friendly language, with highlights on principles for NEDs at work as well as practical aspects of work scope, issues, skills and working relationship with other board members and management.
Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance: what does the BEIS White Paper mean for company directors?
A key dimension of the reform package is the wider impact it will have on boards and company directors.
Updated July 2019
A roundup of current and recently concluded corporate governance reviews and inquires - the latest being the Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance white paper published by the Government in March 2021
Three Things We Learned About Corporate Governance in 2020
This challenging year was an inflection point for companies from a corporate governance perspective. As we look towards 2021, we reflect on key learnings from 2020.