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LATEST CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS IN THE UK
Corporate governance is the corner stone of any good business. It encompasses the processes, practices and policies that a company relies on to make formal decisions and to manage the company.
However, with so many interested parties (FCA, LSE, FRC, proxy analysts, Companies House etc.) it can be difficult to keep on top of all the changes in our Corporate Governance world.
This webinar summarises the major developments in UK corporate governance and explains how they will impact your business.
Date: Wednesday 5th September 2018 at 3pm
Log-in link: We will email you the link once your registration is completed
This webinar is free to attend
Head of Specialist Corporate Governance, Jordans Corporate Law
Daniel is a Chartered Secretary and has specialised in corporate governance for a number of years. He is passionate about helping companies adopt best practice corporate governance solutions that are right for their business. Daniel advises on a full range of corporate governance and company secretarial matters covering the Listing Rules, AIM Rules and the Companies Act(s), corporate governance best practice including the application of relevant corporate governance codes, corporate governance reviews and health checks and corporate reporting.
Mark Craig FCIS
Associate Director, Company Secretarial, Jordans
Mark is a Chartered Secretary with extensive experience of listed and regulated firms, and collaborative stakeholder management. He heads up an approachable team of dedicated company secretaries who provide support and advice to c3,000 UK and international companies, and he is passionate about providing high quality corporate governance services to our clients. He joined Jordans from Computershare, where he was Senior Internal Auditor, and previously Head of Product Development. Previous roles include Governance Manager with RBS and Assistant Company Secretary at Scottish Power plc.
"A very sensible approach to an interesting area. Good use of case studies, relevant and topical "
Claire Drury, InfraRed Capital Partners