Lord Norman Blackwell scoops the FTSE 100 non-executive of the year award in a year that presented “immense challenges” for boards.
Lord Norman Blackwell, former chair of Lloyds Banking Group.
Lord Norman Blackwell has been named the FTSE 100 non-executive of the year, while Mike Gahir is the Dame Helen Alexander "NED to watch" in the 2021 Sunday Times/Peel Hunt Non-Executive Director (NED) Awards.
The awards mark a unique moment as accolades this year go to winners and finalists for their work last year during the pandemic when businesses fought to manage their response to both a health emergency and an economic crisis.
Among the winners is Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller, who takes the award for non-executive at a not-for-profit/public service organisation for her work as chair of the Wellcome Trust.
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