Barry Gamble

Barry Gamble is an experienced private, public company and charity board director, chair of The NED City Debates, and senior adviser to the Non-Executive Directors Association. He has led a private equity MBO, public company IPO, secondary fundraisings, including working with The Takeover Panel, and an AIM de-admission. Through a role as senior adviser at Boudicca Proxy he also has experience of activists, institutions and corporate boards in shareholder engagement and activist scenarios. Alongside board advisory and NED roles he regularly writes and speaks about the challenge of board best practice working with a range of organisations and media outlets. Formerly Editor-at-Large at BoardRoom magazine, the letters columns of the Financial Times have published a number of his views on corporate governance.

Latest Articles by Barry Gamble

  1. Magnifying glass on audit documents

    26 August, 2020

    Relationship audit: how to maximise the benefits of your AIM auditors

    Twenty-five years after the AIM was launched, building a constructive relationship with your auditors remains a vital component for success.

  1. Share listings board

    12 May, 2021

    Dual-class shares threaten shareholder democracy and good governance

    Despite City enthusiasm for dual-class shares, corporate governance is largely unworkable without equal treatment for all shareholders.