Stobart Group, Iain Ferguson

24 August, 2018

Stobart appoints first female executive in board overhaul

Plans to overhaul Stobart Group’s board have come to fruition, with its first female executive appointed. Ginny Pulbrook, a partner at Camarco and co-f...
banking regulation, Atkis

18 May, 2018

Why it is time to take stock of governance in banking

The previous “light-touch” model of bank regulation that preceded and created the conditions for the global financial crisis has been replaced by a far stricter supervisory regime, following the i...
boardroom, male directors, investors, boardroom skills

19 December, 2017

Non-executive directors’ average age breaks through 60

The average age of non-executive directors has broken through the 60 mark for the first time, according to research by headhunters Spencer Stuart. In its 2017 UK Board Index report, 
board merger, mergers & acquisitions, strategy

12 December, 2017

Five steps to ensuring an effective board merger

1. Share information All board members—and not just senior directors or the larger of the two companies—need a clear understanding of the reasons for the merger. Advisory experts and boa...
Microchips, IT, technology, data

11 December, 2017

Boards must improve tech knowledge as “adaptation is critical” for future

Boards must consider oversight—and their skill levels—when it comes to managing new technology and innovation in their business, according to a report by the Association of Chartered Certified Acc...
Michelle Edkins

14 December, 2016

Invest in people

Dame Helen Alexander

9 November, 2016

Government advances plans to get more women in senior management

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19 September, 2016

MPs launch governance inquiry

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