Materials from previous NED Conferences:


What Directors need to know about the Consumer DutyPeter Lovegrove, Grant Thornton 

ESG: The Good, the Bad and the Difficult to LabelShadrack Kwasa, London & Capital 

What Boards can learn from Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within EXCO teams, Brent Herman, Hanover Leadership Solutions               

Vulnerable Customers: delivering the right outcomes, Tom Black and Paula Gaddum, Eversheds Sutherland  

Investing in private markets, Emily Pollock and David Thomas, Schroders 

Cyber security is NOT a product, it is a shared responsibility, Vijay Kumar Velu, BDO LLP 


Investing in the future – innovations in thematic investingMatthew Lovatt, AXA IM

Governance workshop (morning)Dr Chris Pierce, Global Governance

Governance workshop (afternoon)Dr Chris Pierce, Global Governance

Practitioner’s view – governance challengesSteven Parker, Praesta

Regulatory update, Mark Turner, Duff & Phelps


Morning Session        Afternoon Session       Breakout Session

Individual presentations:
Results of AFM survey on Board leadership, culture and strategyAnthony Carey, Mazars and Martin Shaw, AFM
Board Dynamics – why it matters and practical tips for improving itLucy McClements, BP&E Global
Sustainable Investing for Financial MutualsShade Duffy, AXA Investment Managers
Implementing the Senior Managers & Certification RegimeRobert Wharton, Keystone Law
Strategy, Market Development, Risks incl non-quantifiable risksSteve Dixon and Kathryn Moore, SDA LLP
How Solvency II can be useful in the BoardroomPaul Harwood, Holloway Friendly Society


Morning presentations (with links to any extra materials): Afternoon presentations (with links to any extra materials):
Culture: who makes it, who breaks it? Catherine Stalker and Jonathan Hayward, Independent Audit

Ethical leadership, and how the firm deals with ethical dilemmas,  Duncan Minty, Thought Leader on Ethics and Insurance 

The evolving Senior Insurance Managers Regime, Robert Wharton, Keystone Law

The right people for the Boardroom, Rupert Gibb, Warren Partners

‘So Volatility- turn it up to Eleven’, Bryn Jones, Rathbones

Lessons learned from Solvency 2Graeme Charters, OAC

What regulators expect of NEDs, Ian Marshall, Senior Advisor, PRA

Trends in corporate governance, Martin Shaw, AFM


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