Governance for Corporates

Governance for Corporates

The entire Governance agenda involves balancing compliance with rules & regulations, and making the Governance structures value adding both from a shareholder as well as wider stakeholder perspective. In the fifth video on this series, Hans will talk in more detail about the Board and its key sub-committees and their oversight role in relation to risk management.
Overview

The Board of listed companies provide oversight over management on behalf of the shareholders. Independence is therefore a key requirement of the Board. In terms of the organisation of the Board, it will discharge a number of its responsibilities through sub-committees however, in the UK, the Board in plenary is responsible for oversight and governance of risk management.

Key learning objectives:

  • What is the structure and responsibilities of the Board?

  • What are the main sub-committees and their responsibilities?

  • How does the Board discharge its oversight role?

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Hans-Kristian Bryn

Hans-Kristian Bryn

Hans-Kristian Bryn is a strategic risk and governance advisor with over 20 years of partner level advisory experience. He is currently a senior advisor to Boards and ExCo's listed on the FTSE 100 & FTSE 250 on risk management and governance related matters. Prior to private advisory, Hans was a partner at firms such as Oliver Wyman and PwC and worked across a wide range of sectors.

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