Chairmen and Non-Executive Directors’ Remuneration
Monday 29 April 2013
The High Pay Centre
32-36 Loman Street
London SE1 0EH
The 2013 Life in the Boardroom survey of 500 Chairmen and Non-Executive Directors is recognised as the authoritative guide to fees and time spent by Chairmen and Non-Executive Directors. It also contains their views on the role of non-executives, cultures, morals and business ethics. The survey is a joint venture with Directorbank and Hanson Green, the recruitment specialists, and is supported by the Institute of Directors and the Quoted Companies Alliance.
The speakers at this event will be:
At this event, Cliff Weight, Director of the Remuneration Consultants MM&K, High Pay Centre advisory Board Member and author of The Directors’ Remuneration Handbook, who will present the results of the Life in the Boardroom Survey.
Ken Brotherston, Executive Chairman of Directorbank, the executive search firm
Theresa Wallis, non-executive chairman of LiDCO Group plc and non-executive director of Special Products Limited
Deborah Hargreaves, Founding Director of The High Pay Centre
Survey Results: Remuneration - Cliff Weight
· How much is a Chairman paid
· How much is a Non-Executive Director paid
· The duties, scope and influence of a NED
What is an effective Non-Executive Director? - Ken Brotherston
· What we look for when recruiting NEDs
· NEDs influence on company culture, morals and business ethics
Questions and Answers Session
Panel of Deborah Hargreaves, Cliff Weight, Ken Brotherston and a Company Chairman and Theresa Wallis
This event will take place on Monday 29th April 5:30pm - 7:00pm at The High Pay Centre, 32-36 Loman Street, SE1 0EH. Map & directions available here. Refreshments will be provided.
Attendance at this event is free of charge, if you wish to attend, please send us an email.
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