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Saturday 23 September 2017


The Events summarised below represent the latest networking and technical sessions run by NEDA in association with its sponsor and partner organisations. Most events are free of charge but some sponsors and partners need to charge to cover operating costs. We offer a regular and diverse range of events and welcome feedback as this helps us to improve and deliver the events needed by our Members.

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Upcoming events

28 September 2017

UK Finance: BBA NED Club Meeting

The second meeting of the BBA NED Club will be held on 28th September building on the success of the inaugural meeting in June 2017.Find Out More
4 October 2017

Risk in the Boardroom - Autumn 2017

This board-focused event is run in association with the Institute of Risk Management (‘IRM’).  The course is run in central London at the IRM Off...Find Out More
25 October 2017

Non-Executive Director Networking Programme - Bristol - Autumn 2017

The next event in the Transpire NED Updates & Netowrking series will be a session on "Optimising and Running your Non-Executive Portfoli...Find Out More
31 October 2017

NED Update in association with Hogan Lovells - Autumn 2017

This interactive update hosted by Hogan Lovells International provides Non-Executive Directors (‘NEDs’) with the latest developments in a key reputati...Find Out More
15 November 2017

False Assurance: How Would You Act?

Join us for this special joint event run by the ICAEW's Corporate Governance Community and the Non - Executive Directors' Association (NEDA.Find Out More
30 November 2017

Henley Business School Board Directors' Programme - Autumn 2017 Training

You are invited to enrol on the Henley Board Directors’ Programme.  Part of an on-going board education programme at Henley Business School, the ...Find Out More

Past events

20 September 2017

The 2017 Non-Executive Directors' Association Debate

The autumn programme of NED events will kick-off with a formal debate on the key issue of how boards measure their own effectiveness – how can a good ...Find Out More
14 September 2017

Remuneration Committee Training for NEDs

Board remuneration continues to be a hot topic and remains in the spotlight and featured prominently in the HM Government’s recent Corporate Governanc...Find Out More
28 June 2017

Cyber Security Risk... latest trends and developments

Cyber security issues continue to grab the headlines and will not go away. There are new challenges that need to be considered by every business or or...Find Out More
21 June 2017

Risk in the Boardroom

This board-focused event is run in association with the Institute of Risk Management (‘IRM’). Find Out More
20 June 2017

ICAEW Corporate Governance Group: Launch Event

This event marks the launch of the Corporate Governance Group, created to lead the discussion on best practice in corporate governance.  By atten...Find Out More
19 June 2017

What it takes to become a high performing board and board director

Offered for the first time at Henley Business School, the programme has been designed to show what needs to be done to make sure a board adds value, a...Find Out More
16 June 2017

Financial Reporting Council - Corporate Governance Rountable

A Roundtable discussion will be held on 16th June 2017.  This will  look at the Government’s recent Green Paper and review of Corporate Gove...Find Out More
7 June 2017

British Bankers Association NED Club - Launch Event

On Wednesday 7th June, the BBA invites bank non-executive directors to the first meeting of the BBA NED Club to discuss and debate, with a panel of ex...Find Out More
23 May 2017

Earning, Keeping & Growing Customers: Creating Value to Achieve Sustainable Growth

NEDA is partnering with the Strategic Management Forum on their next conference at The Historic Regent Cinema Find Out More

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