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Thursday 21 February 2019

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The News summarised below represents a range of topical items that provide our Members with some latest thoughts and NED-centric information which should help NEDs to undertake their role.


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15 February 2019

CMA welcomes court ruling to uphold fine in steel tanks case

The Comptetition and Markets Authority has welcomed a judgment from the Court of Appeal today upholding its fine on Balmoral Tanks for illegally ...Find Out More
12 February 2019

Quality Through The Years: The Chartered Quality Institute celebrates its 100th Anniversary

The Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) has led in advancing the quality of products and services across industry since its inception in 1919. The CQI i...Find Out More
11 December 2018

Wates Principles to improve corporate governance standards among private companies

Louis Cooper discusses what NEDs need to know in order to communicate effectively to investors, including five key questions for NEDs to ask themselve...Find Out More
5 December 2018

"What NEDs need to be able to communicate to Investors" A blog post by Louis Cooper, NEDA CEO

Louis Cooper discusses what NEDs need to know in order to communicate effectively to investors, including five key questions for NEDs to ask themselve...Find Out More
30 November 2018

A Look at The NED's Changing Role - Economia Magazine

After a number of business failures, the role of the non-executive director is coming under scrutiny. Nick Martindale, from Economia investigates how ...Find Out More
9 November 2018

New Paper on Boardroom Behaviour and The QCA Code

The QCA and NEDA have today published new analysis on Boardroom behaviour and the QCA Corporate Governance CodeFind Out More

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