QCA Corporate Governance Code Workshop


Our Corporate Governance Workshop will explore the application of the latest QCA Corporate Governance Code 2023. This interactive workshop will explore how the new Code can be used and applied effectively.

Event Details

Date: November 30, 2023

Start time: 09:30 GMT

End time: 15:30 GMT

Venue: Korn Ferry, London office

Phone: +44 (0)20 7600 3745

Email: mail@theqca.com

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The Corporate Governance Workshop will explore the application of the latest QCA Corporate Governance Code and related guidance and show how it can be used and applied effectively.

Updates to the QCA Code provide a fresh perspective to latest governance developments. A better appreciation of good governance will help participants to review and assess how the company puts into practice a worthwhile, effective and flexible governance model.

This in-person workshop will feature speakers from NEDA, Korn Ferry the QCA who will give their different perspectives, as well as sharing practical examples and case studies.

Learning outcomes:

  • Consideration of the board level input needed to establish and deliver listed company corporate governance standards and frameworks.
  • Review the application of the Code and guidelines relevant to the company’s own story rather than adopting ‘boilerplate’ responses.
  • Understand how to gauge and deal with changing stakeholder expectations.
  • Determine the ability to integrate governance considerations into the broader business strategy, culture, performance, reporting and risk working practices.
  • Provide practical insight into undertaking health check reviews and the use of other assurance approaches to make sure that the company is learning and developing a continuous improvement process.

Ian Greenwood, Associate Client Partner

Ian joined Korn Ferry in 2017.  He has extensive experience advising remuneration committees on all elements of their remit, including stakeholder engagement, benchmarking, adapting to new regulatory developments and ensuring that decisions on executive and non-executive director pay take into account the interests of all relevant parties.  He works with a number of major UK-listed companies in navigating the regulatory and investor landscape when designing optimum remuneration policies and incentive schemes.

Ian’s previous role was as head of the UK research team at ISS, a major proxy advisory service, where he led a team of analysts providing executive pay and governance research on UK companies to a client base of major international institutional investors.  Earlier in his career, Ian worked in corporate governance roles at Hermes Investment Management and the National Association of Pension Funds.

Ian is a Politics graduate and has a masters degree in International Politics.  Ian is a member of the Corporate Governance Expert Group of the Quoted Companies Alliance (QCA).

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