By James Bagge | 19/11/2019 in Blog posts
The long-awaited probe into the IT crisis, that left 2m TSB customers without access to their current accounts, highlights key governance failings.
Murray Steele, experienced chairman, NED and Programme Director for the FT Non-Executive Diploma, guest blogs on supporting NEDs to challenge the board to become more effective.
It’s not just corporate failures creating a backlash against executive pay. With the public and shareholders demanding a ‘culture of fairness’ we look at three things boards need to consider.
Every negative trend needs a point of crisis to drive real change. Could the productivity crisis be the tipping point needed to smash the glass ceiling?
The nine-year limit for chairs is putting a number FTSE 350 companies under pressure to replace their chairs. But is this cause for concern or a good thing?