Corporate Services Team of the Year

This Award will be given to a corporate services team/company secretariat which provides effective team and thought-leadership, shows mastery of the complex legal and regulatory environment and plays an added-value role in the governance of its organisation.

The Judges will recognise initiatives which have contributed to emerging best practice in the pursuit of good governance. Applications are invited in relation to teams working with private, public and not-for-profit organisations. In order to be eligible for this Award at least one fully qualified ICSA member should be part of the team.

Your entry for this award should cover:

  • Describing the team;
  • Tell us how the team has demonstrated excellent, creative teamwork in improving the management of their more routine tasks and duties;
  • How has the team excelled when dealing with their legal and regulatory compliance obligations?;
  • How has the team contributed to improving the governance of their organisation; and
  • Anything else relevant to why you feel the nominee deserves to win this award.

View the questions asked for this category before making your nomination.

Nominations close on Monday 18 June 2018. If you have any questions about the nomination or judging process please get in touch.

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We ask for your contact details in case there are any questions about your nomination, and to let you know the results. We will use the details you provide for the nominee to seek their consent to participate. All personal information will be treated with respect. It will not be shared with anyone else or used for any other purpose.

Nomination form

Step 1 of 3: Your details

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Step 2 of 3: Who are you nominating?

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Step 3 of 3: Why do you think this team should win this award?

  • Include information about the size of the team, how it is structured, its roles and responsibilities, and some background information on the company.
  • Include examples of how the team has collectively driven departmental efficiencies or has significantly exceeded expectations from what would normally be required from a company secretarial or governance team.
  • Please include as many examples as you can. These could include issues such as corporate actions, company constitutional reform, corporate restructuring, board issues or governance improvements.
  • Clearly outline the problem as it was, the solution proposed, how the project was implemented and what benefits the new process has delivered. You can use more than one example.

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