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Dirty-moneyball

Dirty-moneyball

13 February 2020

Henry Ker, Editor-in-Chief at Emperor, explains how rugby's salary cap scandal shows Saracens had big governance problems. Read more

Change your life with a new robot assistant

Change your life with a new robot assistant

11 February 2020

Katie Hollis FCG from Link Company Matters discusses Robotic Process Automation and gives top tips for anyone considering it. Read more

Ethnic diversity on boards: Progress or stagnation?

Ethnic diversity on boards: Progress or stagnation?

06 February 2020

Chris Hodge FCG, Policy Advisor at The Chartered Governance Institute, comments on the Parker Review Steering Committee's 'two years on' progress report on ethnic diversity on UK boards. Read more

A more joined-up approach to ESG – an opportunity not to be missed

A more joined-up approach to ESG – an opportunity not to be missed

06 February 2020

Maria Brookes, Media Relations Manager at The Chartered Governance Institute, talks about the key takeaways from the BNY Mellon event on the outlook for the asset management industry in 2020 and the challenges facing the sector. Read more

What does good governance really look like?

What does good governance really look like?

23 January 2020

Trina Hill FCG gives us her view on what good governance looks like and what companies should focus on to achieve this. Read more

A not so happy new year

A not so happy new year

15 January 2020

Peter Swabey, Policy and Research Director at The Chartered Governance Institute, comments on the Travelex ransomware virus attack and the implications of a data breach. Read more

The Company Secretary as Changemaker: a discreet but powerful role

The Company Secretary as Changemaker: a discreet but powerful role

09 January 2020

Stefan Stern wraps up the first chapter from The Company Secretary as Changemaker series and highlights the main points made by the panel of speakers. Read more

Boards need diverse talent to flourish

Boards need diverse talent to flourish

10 December 2019

A refreshingly honest perspective from Nada Korac Kakabadse, Professor of Policy, Governance and Ethics at Henley Business School, on the subject of board diversity. Read more

Taking ownership

Taking ownership

21 November 2019

Sara Drake, Chief Executive at The Chartered Governance Institute, comments on the new Beneficial Ownership Register coming into force in the Republic of Ireland. Read more

What is a changemaker?

What is a changemaker?

13 November 2019

Stefan Stern introduces The Company Secretary as Changemaker, a new series of workshops being held by The Chartered Governance Institute, and discusses what being a changemaker involves for a governance professional. Read more

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