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"Renew Respect for the Head" By Brian Quinn

Reinstating the Prudential Authority of the Bank of England is a step in the right direction of putting it back on its pedestal

This article was originally published in Financial World magazine, September 2012 edition www.financialworld.co.uk

 

"Does your boardroom have a blindspot?" by the Bvalco team

 

“The value of Board evaluation” by James Bagge

 

"Boards and Risk" by James Paterson and Mannie Sher

 

Bvalco's response to the EU Green Paper on Corporate governance in financial institutions and remuneration policies, Brussels, 2.6.2010 COM(2010) 284 final

 

The Bvalco 'Food for thought Forum'

1 Succession Planning

2 Effective Challenge in the Boardroom

3 Remuneration Committees

4 The Board and Strategy

5 Obstacles to Board Effectiveness

6 Obstacles to Women on Boards

7 The Unitary Board

8 Building Investor Confidence: Bridging the Gap Between Owner and Manager

 

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THURSDAY 11 JUNE 2015

Behind closed doors: Insights in to effective boards, board behaviour and boardroom dynamics

The role of a Board is clear and specific, but how the work gets done can vary enormously. 

 

This workshop examines the behaviours and power dynamics at play in boards of multinational companies. Alison Gill will share insights into what can go right and wrong in FTSE100 boardrooms and shares her observations on best practice principles and where and why they do and don’t work. The session will look at conscious and unconscious behaviours, the role of the Chair and the non-executive directors as well as emerging themes in boardroom behaviour.

 

7.00 - 8.30pm followed by networking, drinks and buffet supper £35, London Business School - London campus

 

 

TUESDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2014 

A Boardroom Conversation with Sir Howard Davies

Howard Davies is Chair of the British Government's Airport Policy Review and of Phoenix insurance group. He also is a Professor of Practice at the French School of Political Science in Paris (Sciences Po).

 

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