Gavin Hinks

Gavin Hinks is the managing editor of Board Agenda. Hinks, an award-winning business journalist with over 20 years' experience, is the former editor of Accountancy Age and Financial Director; he has written extensively about financial and regulatory issues, corporate governance and ethical and responsible business practices. Hinks manages the editorial team at Board Agenda and produces targeted news and featured content across print and digital media, he also hosts conferences and other live events. As well as presenting several videos, Hinks has also appeared on national TV and radio as a pundit offering his insights and expert opinion on the business world today. Email: [email protected] Address: Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX

Latest Articles by Gavin Hinks

  1. CEO on top wooden block, with no one on the other blocks

    1 December, 2021

    Watchdog highlights companies’ lack of progress on C-suite succession planning

    The UK financial regulator wants to see greater cohesion between succession planning, diversity commitment and board evaluations.

  1. Five glowing stars

    29 November, 2021

    Good ESG ratings make firms more attractive to long-term investors

    Study shows that companies with verified ESG ratings attract “financially sophisticated” investors with “long-term orientation”.

  1. Sir Donald Brydon

    26 November, 2021

    Sir Donald Brydon on audit reform, career NEDs and board relationships

    While bemoaning the “glacial” pace of audit reform, he hails the pandemic’s transformation of communication between boards and employees.

  1. 26 November, 2021

    News round-up: this week in governance

    Some reporting requires improvement; Wall Street votes on ESG; CEO pay “remains major concern”; and why the PM should stick to Peppa Pig.

  1. Board members discussing ESG

    25 November, 2021

    Boards need dedicated ESG committees ‘as part of company strategy’

    Report for the Institute of Directors says boards need to integrate ESG into strategy and operations as a response to climate concerns.