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Board & Committee Support

Efficient board and committee meetings that facilitate the decision-making process are key to the future success of any business. Our corporate governance experts can provide regular support in preparing for, attending and providing evidential follow-up for these meetings.  ​

Whether your business is a private company operating in a particular industry, a public company listed on a main market or a highly regulated business with a complex governance structure, we can provide meeting support which aligns with your organisational and regulatory needs. ​

Typical services include organising board availability and meeting calendars, collating and circulating meeting papers, compiling minutes and advising on good meeting conduct, relevant code adherence and compliance with current constitutional frameworks. Board support options may also include the provision of a suitable body/qualified individual to hold office as Company Secretary. We can also arrange venues for meetings including arranging video conferencing where necessary as well as attending board and committee meetings.​​

Companies and their compliance obligations vary widely in terms of size, structure, shareholder base and the industry in which they operate, and our governance solutions are tailored to these and other individual requirements. 

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