By Peter Snowdon | 24/01/2022 in Blog posts
One of the consequences of the events in Downing Street has been a loss of trust between those who govern and those who are governed….
Interesting to note that with the departure of Jes Staley, Barclays had a successor at hand in C.S. Venkatakrishnan, who had been identified over a year before. In this article, Peter Snowden looks at the role of the board in effective succession planning.
Peter Snowdon offers up some important guidance for NEDs navigating the increasingly difficult challenge of greater regulation of their non-executive role.
Maggie Carver CBE, Chair of the Racecourse Association and Deputy Chair of Ofcom, talked to Bvalco’s Peter Snowdon about the benefits and pitfalls of a…
Colin Tenwick, Senior Advisor, Investor, Chairman and NED joined Alison Gill to discuss his substantial experience helping organisations to grow and scale. Colin discussed how…
Corporate boards are by definition dealing with big issues and are responsible for taking important decisions. This is rarely achieved efficiently without a really sound…
Peter Snowdon considers the Government proposal to require directors to attest to the effectiveness of their company’s internal controls.
We know that a review of a board’s effectiveness is important but the true value of that review is not always guaranteed.
I recently chaired a discussion with NEDs on not only what makes a review good, but also bad and even ugly.
Much like a board review itself, an open and honest analysis of what works and what doesn’t provided invaluable insights into how we can be better. Here are the key takeaways’.