Long-standing executive Breon Corcoran stands down after steering the group through its merger, while Peter Jackson departs his Worldpay CEO role after just six months to take the Paddy Power Betfair position.
Mittelstand companies are looked upon with envy, but it is their readiness to innovate and adapt to the challenges of the business environment that makes them successful.
Many family businesses in China are still controlled by their original founders, and yet research shows that only 22% have succession plans in place. To ensure longevity, there are five challenges that they should master.
There is no substitute for planning ahead when it comes to non-executive director departures.
There is more attention than ever on how companies recruit talent to their boards. Tim Copnell lists the key questions directors need to ask when recruiting new blood to join them round the boardroom table.
The Financial Reporting Council will work on providing new guidance for nominations committees on succession planning.
UK watchdog kicks off search to provide guidance on better succession planning following notable failures.
Leapfrogging is a relatively new trend in CEO appointments but requires the support of chairmen and non-executives.
The sudden departure of a CEO, such as the exit of Antony Jenkins from Barclays, can leave an organisation bereft. What is the role of non-executives when no one appears to be at the helm?
Research finds that forced exit of CEOs is falling while planned succession is dominating.