Audit and Risk Committees
The role of the audit and risk committee is becoming even more critical in light of a continuing quest for increased governance and certainty in corporate actions, disruption and reporting.
Audit committee chair round-table
Selected audit committee chairs are invited to join us for focused, small group conversations, maximising the opportunity for networking and substantive dialogue between audit committee chairs, on matters most relevant to this role.
Remuneration committees have a responsibility to ensure that they are fully competent in all areas of reward and remuneration, and that they are up to date on local remuneration best practices and global trends.
Non-executive director remuneration masterclasses
Our non-executive director remuneration masterclass sessions allow a focus on the critical issues remuneration committee chairs and members will need to consider when dealing with key remuneration concepts.
As awareness surrounding their responsibilities increases, and the reward environment continues to become more complex to navigate, we see a trend towards requests for more in-depth discussion on reward governance matters, which is even more pronounced with the introduction of King IVTM. These small group masterclass sessions address the fundamentals of relevant governance principles and the latest remuneration developments.
Experienced non-executive directors
Conversational forums, which run twice a year, provide experienced non-executive directors with the opportunity to leverage the practical experiences of other non-executive directors and bring governance issues to life. Like-minded professionals, industry experts and thought leaders come together to discuss and debate current issues, on a platform designed to share insights into significant governance challenges and developments.
Aspring and new non-executive directors
Our aspiring and new non-executive director programme provides insights from experienced non-executive directors on how to operate effectively in the non-executive director role. The practical sessions are aimed at current members of the C-suite entering into the non-executive role, as well as non-executive directors who have been appointed into the role within the last three years.