As part of ICAEW’s efforts to modernise its governance, the institute is recruiting new Board members. ICAEW is looking for six chartered accountants with leadership experience to help lead the profession over the next decade.
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Maintaining the value of the ACA qualification to shape government and regulatory policy top list of priorities, Wyman says.
Peter Wyman CBE becomes ICAEW’s first externally appointed Chair of the Board. He will start the role in October and will serve for an initial three-year term.
On Friday 19 May at the annual general meeting of ICAEW South West, Gavin Roberts was officially elected as Board Chair for 2023 - 2024.
Philip Nicol-Gent has stepped down from his role as Chair of the ICAEW Regulatory Board; and the Institute’s governance begins to undergo modernisation.
We speak to UK Endorsement Board Executive Chair, Pauline Wallace, about its achievements and future projects, including how to account for intangibles and cryptocurrencies.
Board chairs and non-executive directors wanted a simpler way to benchmark their progress towards net zero. The new Chapter Zero Board Scorecard is the result.
Why are black women largely absent?
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A chapter analysing what makes boards effective, including achieving boardroom diversity and the role of board reviews.
A chapter on the progress of women on boards, focusing in particular on how to increase the number of female chairs.
A chapter focusing on effective leadership by the board and its members.
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Chapter 11 looks at the Chairman's role in governance and their role on the board and the chair's interaction with CEO, company secretary, senior independent director (SID) and shareholders.
A collection of stories about how inadequate governance and flawed culture caused a massive destruction of shareholder value.
A guide to the legal and regulatory framework within which both registered and unregistered charities in England and Wales operate
This guide offers practical support and advice to anyone involved in the management and administration of charities
The Handbook provides full explanations of the statutory and regulatory regime applicable to listed companies but also, for the first time, addresses how governance best practice might be applied by private companies, including subsidiaries,
An authoritative guide to company secretarial practice. Detailed commentary is accompanied by over 80 precedents. Chapter 9 of the handbook - Directors' meetings and resolutions - looks at procedures around appointment of committees, board meetings minutes and the role of the company secretary in relation.
An authoritative guide to company secretarial practice. Detailed commentary is accompanied by over 80 precedents. Appendix 3 - Good boardroom practice: a guide for directors and company secretaries
An essential source of reference and route map for the position of Non-executive director. Contains case studies and checklists throughout.
An in-depth overview of the role of the board chair in the United Kingdom. Includes the Chair's work in context and the UK's culture; relationships with shareholders, difficult board members, the CEO; COVID-19 challenges and a role profile of the chair in the UK.
The article focuses on the effects of audit committee in day to day challenges faced by businesses. Topics include need of experienced, healthy skepticism, and strong communication skill based audit committee effectiveness; help of audit committees for adding new members to structured on-board process; and importance of executive and private sessions for effective functioning of the committee.
Article give a list of the duties that a board chair should fulfil.
How to be an effective board chair: eight principles for chairs to follow, plus examples of leaders who apply them well.
Guidance published by the FRC in July 2018 'to stimulate boards thinking on how they can carry out their role and encourage them to focus on continually improving their effectiveness.' The role of the chairman is one of the issues covered in Section 2.
A series of briefings and events aimed at third sector chairs. Recent briefing have included: Making board committees work; Managing difficult board dynamics; Navigating risk; Successfully appraising your CEO. Registration required to download briefings.
A brief overview of the role from the IoD
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