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Bvalco

Bvalco helps boards and directors to be the best they can be through board evaluations, advice and training.

Our board evaluations are different. By combining commercial experience with behavioural psychology and governance expertise, we can provide a deeper understanding of board psychology and therefore clearer insights to achieve greater effectiveness.

Bvalco is concerned not with how well a board has performed, but on how well it could perform; we work with boards to create a clear plan of action to meet their evolving challenges and to be fit for the future. Furthermore, our board services don’t just help you to stretch the strategic thinking, but also create the right culture, roles and development to get you there. The Bvalco team will always be engaging, intelligent, straight-talking and when necessary, challenging.

What we’re thinking about

Note on collective and individual accountability

By | 05/02/2021

Peter Snowdon explores matters of individual and collective accountability in the boardroom, by way of a look at the PRA’s December 2020 Evaluation Report of the Senior Manager & Certification Regime (SM&CR).

Key Study for PhD Research in Corporate Governance

By | 05/02/2021

Jenny Simnett (non executive director and researcher at Henley Business School), is leading some important research on the effectiveness and role of Board Nomination Committees. Jenny is seeking Chairs and Non-Executive Directors willing to participate.

Why more HR directors should be on boards

By | 14/12/2020

Boards are having to consider people agendas as never before, from safeguarding the health of employees to transforming how people work, creating many reasons to allow HRDs to play a more active role on the board.

Our Clients

Primarily used by the FTSE 100, we also work with Aim listed, subsidiary, large family and privately owned, sporting and charity boards.

HSBC
Barclays
BP
Associated British Foods

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